Yogis Anonymous

Pre/Post Natal

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Published on April 30, 2012

Open your Hips. Stabilize Your Pelvic Floor. Feeling tweaky in your low back? Grab two blocks and get started. Our theme today is creating inner and outer balance through opening up our hips and stabilizing the pelvic floor. Too often, a pre and post natal mom experiences tweakiness in her pelvis and low back: this is partially the result of relaxin, whose job is to loosen up the pelvis so as to prepare the body for birth. If we want to feel good and avoid back pain, it is important to learn how to open up the hips safely. To do this, we must stabilize the pelvic floor through engaging our outer hip muscles, while extending and lengthening our tailbone. Get ready to feel fantastic! Our breath practice focuses on creating balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Our meditation teaches us how to safely face our fears and release them.

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