Head and hip joints backwards

In side-lying the head is taken backwards, then the pelvis, which results in an extension movement. This is explored with different leg positions.

We will look in detail at how an extension movement comes to life. We will experiment with different places in ourselves to begin the movement (from the head or from the pelvis). We will harmonize the movement to include the whole spine, all ribs, as well as arms and legs. We will explore the influence of various leg positions and constraints on coupled spinal motion.

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