Archive for March, 2014

Nested Legs, Sidelying Arch & Curl Somatic Education Exercise

March 28, 2014

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Sidelying Sacral Self-Correction

March 26, 2014

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Nose in the Hole | from Comfort Your S-I Joints

March 17, 2014

preliminary publication | no audio

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Standing Right-Left Integration | Comfort Your S-I Joints | Postural Self-Correction

March 13, 2014

You will need to do this movement upon completion of all practice sessions, when doing Comfort Your S-I Joints.

Its purpose is to move you into a better condition of balance, right-to-left and front-to back. You spontaneously elongate (stand taller) as your balance centers and improves.

When the S-I joints are under strain, it’s because the forces moving through them are off-center and the pelvis has lost its balance and symmetry, becoming distorted by a change of relationship between sacrum (middle pelvic bone) and the ilia (side pelvic bones).

The action patterns of Comfort Your S-I Joints balance the forces going through your pelvis. Bringing that new balance into motion with this and other movements in the program integrates the changes produced by the lessons.

An additional, helpful action, upon completion of a practice session, is to walk four steps forward, four steps backward, repeatedly, until your balance improves.

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For the full regimen, click the email link at the bottom of the entry and send. You will receive a quick-response message with the regimen, which contains links to video tutorials such as this one and to the full, paid programs that contain certain lessons in the regimen.

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End S-I Joint Pain and Comfort Your Pelvis | Sidelying Sacral Self-Correction | 2014-3-6

March 6, 2014

This move decompresses and elongates the side worked, allowing for more mobility between sacrum and ilia of the pelvis.

COMMON EFFECT: straightening the relationship between sacrum and ilia, to reduce strain at the S-I joints and among the pelvic ligaments, reducing compensatory muscular spasticity as far away as the jaws.

You should do this move only after assessing which side of your sacrum is forward (which way your pelvis is distorted).

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This is a preliminary public release of two-of-three basic exercises from Comfort Your S-I Joints.

You precede these movements with Gentle Spine Waves, available on this YouTube channel.

A sacrum that is twisted in relation to its neighboring hip bones (ilia) creates internal stresses within the pelvis that spread throughout the body as far as the jaws. Mysterious, “untreatable” pains result — pains that abate as the sacrum approaches its normal position, often without having to be addresses, specifically.

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