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FUNDAMENTALS: Jaw & Pelvic Connection (Zoom)
October 22 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Jaw & Pelvic Connection
Hip socket pain, sacral dysfunction, and low back issues often find resolution in the Jaw/Pelvic Connection.
The jaw and pelvis, reflect one another, and when disrupted can cause our psoas to message disharmony whether that originates from injury, anger, frustration, willfulness, scar tissue, poor ergonomics or dental issues.
Thinking and languaging spine as separate thoracic, lumbar, and cervical parts that move independently diminish the power of our core. From one end to the other, all core movement is an expression of wholeness. Like a fish, or for that matter a caterpillar, our head to our tail moves as one. Stabilizing one end of the caterpillar by pressing down your finger only makes the other end of the caterpillar flail. The same is true for the head and pelvis. When one end of the spine is over stabilized (or unstable), the other end will become disorganized.
To either end, our psoas messages all core disruptions.
By returning core to its fluid primal origins, compensatory behaviors involving psoas often find resolution.
Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence