Our Pelvis, the Crossroads of the Body: Class Recordings
Do you have a favourite way to stand? Do you tend to lean on one hip? Do you thrust your hips forward or tip your pelvis down? Do you always cross one leg over the other or start stepping with the same leg every time? Could these movement habits have something to do with your back or knee pain? How does this work? Well. Our centre of gravity is found in our pelvis, in front of the sacrum. It is from this point that the forces of gravity absorbed from our spine are transferred into forward motion carried by our legs. Our pelvis is the crossroads of our body and so when something is misaligned at our centre problems may flow up or downstream.
Below are the embodied anatomy classes (so far) in our topic on the pelvis. Enjoy.
A quick inguinal ligament embodiment.
The Hip Joint
Connective Tissues of the Sacrum
The Pelvic Halves
The First Pelvic Floor Class
The Second Pelvic Floor Class