Posts Tagged "SI joint pain"

Stabilize Your Sacrum with Up Dog – Part 6

Posted by on Sep 7, 2017 in Sacral Stabilization Series, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Stabilize Your Sacrum with Up Dog – Part 6

Does your Butt have this one? Classically core strength is delegated to the transverse abdominus muscle. However when it comes to stability for the sacroilliac joints the muscles of the buttocks along with the deep intrinsic muscles of the hip joint also need to be toned. Everyone would love to have a good looking yoga butt, and rightfully so! Not only do toned muscles contribute to the shape of the buttocks, they also give posterior stability so a person can stand from a squat without using their hands. Can you? Upward Facing Dog Pose – Urdhva Mukha Savasana In Part 5 of my Sacral...

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Stabilize the Sacrum Part 5: Core Strength

Posted by on Aug 31, 2017 in Back Pain Relief, Sacral Stabilization Series, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Stabilize the Sacrum Part 5: Core Strength

Finding Your Core Core strength is important for all yoga practitioners and often overlooked. SI joint pain can often be traced to a weak core and pelvic floor. Everyone knows they need core tone, yet finding the best yoga moves to build that tone can be challenging. When we talk about core tone we need to consider the transverse abdominal muscle especially the section located in the space from just above the pubic bone to the navel. In order to tone our core we need to be able to draw the lower belly in and up without tipping of the pelvis or clamping down with our ribs. Ie: keep the rectus...

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