Reviving your Lower Back and Hips: Practices for Pain-Free Stability and Freedom of Movement
Sunday, March 10

The connective tissues in our lower back and hips play a critical role in our posture. If they are balanced, they absorb the shocks of our daily lives. Unbalanced, they can cause pain and postural holding patterns that extend through the neck and shoulders.

Students will release the lumbar spine, sacrum and hips through a combination of long holds and fascial release movements. The practice also uses gravity as a tool to decompact the bones and discs, reversing its typical compressive role.

We will discover ways to apply these techniques day-to-day to ease discomfort and maintain a consistent vibrancy throughout this crucial area of our selves.

For Yoga Alliance members, this workshop is good for 2.5 hours of continuing education credit.