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Posted by on Mar 10, 2012 in Challenges, Concepts, Practice, Visualization | 0 comments

Finding release in the pelvis

As a continuation of last week’s challenge, Finding stability in our pelvis, in which we perceived subtle engagement in the area between the sacrum and hip joint, we are going to concentrate on releasing this same area. Balancing the internal dynamic between engagement and release is important to achieve our greatest flexibility, strength, and resiliency in our joints.

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Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Challenges, Posture, Practice | 0 comments

Aligning our sacrum

Aligning our sacrum

Last week, our challenge was to bring awareness to your sacrum and the ways that your sacroiliac joint moves.

Adjusting your sacrum in two easy steps.

This week, we have encouraged our students to make a more specific adjustment to their sacrum.  This is a good exercise to do when you get up from being seated, when you are standing, and before you begin walking.

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Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Beginning, Concepts, Google+, Practice | 0 comments

Learning to practice is the key to learning any skill, Argentine tango is no exc…

Learning to practice is the key to learning any skill, Argentine tango is no exc…

Learning to practice is the key to learning any skill, Argentine tango is no exception

Here's a great article on how to practice.

It is really important to focus on movement, and pieces of movement, and to practice them in increasingly bigger chunks as you figure them out. We encourage our students to move slowly through a sticky spot in order to understand it, then work on it in an increasingly larger movement.

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Some Ways to Practice Are More Perfect Than Others | Psychology Today
Want to get really good at something? Follow these principles. By Susan Heitler, Ph.D….

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