Hip Mobility

Hip Mobility

In the Somatic Embodiment Lab Series, we explore mind body techniques that help shine a light on our habitual but unconscious neurological patterning that manifests into how we breathe, our posturing, and our reactivity to our environment. The techniques explored also serve to promote homeostatic mechanisms and improve automatic regulation, which are key to maintaining health and healing chronic conditions.

About Hip Mobility

Hip mobility is often conflated with hip opening in postural yoga practice. It is easy to be mistaken that muscles need to be “longer and looser” instead of “short and tight”. There is also the “high” of chasing big sensations in stretching, and the belief that there is no gain unless there is some sort of pain.

There are 22 muscles that cross over the hip joint at different angles and in multiple directions. In this session, we will explore how stress and holding patterns can create imbalances that throw off our posture and inhibit our breath. Learn how to increase the range of motion by creating integral stability in the pelvic lumbar area.

This session will also alleviate back, rebalance our core stability, strengthen our pelvic floor and improve our mood!

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