On Fridays I will be posting sneak peaks of our Whole Body Workshop series. This series of workshops are designed to release tension, create balance and make your body move and feel great.
This Month we have Posture - Saturday January 21st at 1:30 and Neck and Shoulder release Saturday February 4th at 1:30
$45 each taught by athletic therapist Ivana Zaniolo
Tight hips, tight low back… Sitting all day? Get simple relief by mobilizing your pelvis on your thigh bones and on your low back.
Before you start moving, access your neutral pelvis. When standing, your pelvis is neutral when the hip bones that stick out at the front (officially called your Anterior Superior Illiac Spine if you want to look them up on google) should be on a plane perpendicular to the ground with your pubic bone. When lying done, a neutral pelvis is where your ASIS (see above) and pubic bone are on a plane parallel with the ground. There will be a small grape size space between your spine, in line with your belly button and the floor when you are in a neutral position.