Archive for January, 2015

Reciprocal Movements of Your Pelvis | self-appraisal before practice | from Comfort Your S-I Joints Lawrence Gold

January 30, 2015

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The movement is:
1. Legs together.
2. Squeeze.
3. Draw one side back.
4. Open legs.
6. Bring that side forward,
repeat

Sense and VISUALLY OBSERVE which direction is more difficult to bring the hip back. That’s the direction you lift and draw back with the Reciprocity movement, done sidelying (see link at the end).


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Reciprocal Movements of Your Pelvis | self-appraisal before practice | from Comfort Your S-I Joints

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Walking into the Floor | from Comfort Your S-I Joints, Unit 2 Section A Lawrence Gold

January 29, 2015

This action pattern creates internal sensations and gentle forces that reposition the sacrum in relation to the rest of the pelvis.

The “working side” is the deeper side of the sacrum, as discovered in your self-appraisal process. | |

This is the first of a series of action patterns that addresses the far-reaching and multiple effects of a twisted sacrum.

Understand the situation better by reading the entry on S-I Joint Dysfunction | http://lawrencegoldsomatics.blogspot.com/2011/04/understanding-sacro-iliac-joints.htmlhttp://lawrencegoldsomatics.blogspot.com/2011/04/understanding-sacro-iliac-joints.html | where you can get the full regimen for correcting this condition by clicking the email link at the bottom of the entry.

Walking into the Floor | from Comfort Your S-I Joints, Unit 2 Section A

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https://www.youtube.com/user/Lawrence9Gold?feature=mhee

Walking into the Floor | from Comfort Your S-I Joints, Unit 2 Section A Lawrence Gold

January 28, 2015

This action pattern creates internal sensations and gentle forces that reposition the sacrum in relation to the rest of the pelvis.

The “working side” is the deeper side of the sacrum, as discovered in your self-appraisal process. | |

This is the first of a series of action patterns that addresses the far-reaching and multiple effects of a twisted sacrum.

Understand the situation better by reading the entry on S-I Joint Dysfunction | http://lawrencegoldsomatics.blogspot.com/2011/04/understanding-sacro-iliac-joints.htmlhttp://lawrencegoldsomatics.blogspot.com/2011/04/understanding-sacro-iliac-joints.html | where you can get the full regimen for correcting this condition by clicking the email link at the bottom of the entry.

Walking into the Floor | from Comfort Your S-I Joints, Unit 2 Section A

Clinical Somatic Education | a New Discipline in the Field of Health Care
https://www.youtube.com/user/Lawrence9Gold?feature=mhee