common cause of sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a lack of movement and one of the most powerful, yet overlooked tools for relieving back and SI (sacroiliac) joint pain is your breath. A common cause of sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a lack of movement. When you inhale and exhale, this innate action ideally sets off a series of events inside your …
Today’s exercise is a go-to solution I give clients for homework, especially if they are needing back pain relief, or chronic feelings of tightness in their back. It’s inspired by an exercise from Marie-José Blom’s Smartspine™ System.
Stress and poor alignment habits can change how you breathe, resulting in shallow breathing, or breathing that inappropriately uses your neck and shoulders. Poor alignment and breathing habits can also contribute to poor spine health and can leave your back feeling chronically stiff.
This is my absolute favorite exercise for relieving my back!