– Experience effortless alignment and balance for the whole body through experiential understanding of the pelvic bones, joints and muscles
– Discover and apply the dynamic alignment of the sacrum
– Learn ball and imagery exercises to train and balance the pelvic joints and muscles.
This workshop focuses on the practical application of imagery techniques to increase the power, alignment and flexibility of the pelvic joints and muscles. To balance the action of the joints we will experience the natural bone rhythms in support of healthy function.
This, in turn, will increase the safety of the lower back, knees and feet.
Sacral balance is key to the alignment of the spine and legs. We will experience how the sacrum actually moves as a key to understanding and creating efficient, safe movement.
Throughout the workshop imagery and language is used that explains the complex subject matter at all levels of experience. Evolutionary logic will provide a fresh and practical understanding of the anatomy and biomechanics of the pelvis. The participants will leave the workshop with a sense of aligned strength through the pelvis floor, the feet firmly balanced and the spine long and buoyant.
The spine is a masterpiece of design containing over one hundred joints and associated muscles and ligaments.
How then, is it possible that so many people suffer from debilitating pain associated with the spine?
There are many factors that influence spinal health, including social and psychological factors, as well as strength, balance and stability.
In this workshop we will address these factors in a practical manner, leading to positive changes both on an emotional and functional level. We will discover that an understanding of spinal evolution leads to a fresh approach to movement and exercise for the spine. Our new embodied understanding will allow for all daily movement and exercise to benefit spinal health.
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(please note: apply promocode and see $20 coming off, before you check out! Only valid till Feb 15, 2015 !!)
|Location Name:||Tulane University Department of Theatre and Dance|
|Investment:||$219 =1 Day , $397 =2 Days|