Learn to Find, Feel, and Activate Your Multifidus for Low Back Health

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our multifidus is a group of deep muscles that attach to your spine, connecting all the way from your sacrum up to your neck. When these muscles engage, they expand, in a positive way, to hug and stabilize your spine. This deep spinal hug lets you move, dance, walk, twist, whatever move you need to make without your spine getting …

Use Your Breath to Massage Low Back Tightness Away

Use Your Breath to Massage Low Back Tightness Away

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ne side effect of shallow breathing is low back discomfort and tightness. Over time, this habit can leave the lumbar spine and surrounding muscles and fascia feeling tight and inflexible. While the tendency might be to search for an external solution, like a massage, or a stretch, you already have a perfect solution built right into your body, and it’s …

A Surprisingly Simple Exercise for Your Pelvic Floor and Low Back

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our pelvic floor muscles are located at the very bottom of your pelvis. You need them to go to the bathroom, keep your internal organs healthy and inside your body, AND perform a vital role in maintaining your spine health. There are everyday chronic habits like holding in the stomach, tucking the tailbone under, and sitting on the back of …

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Hip Flexor Relief Workshop Part 3: Hamstrings, Inner Thighs & Back

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  n this third and final segment of the Hip Flexor Relief mini workshop, you’ll find a combination and blend of exercises inspired by Fascial Fitness™, Kit Laughlin, Katy Bowman and Marie José Blom. While the theme of this course is the hip flexors, my goal with every workshop is to give you a blend of exercises that’ll help you …

How to Fix Poor Posture Caused by Over-Arching the Low Back

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When your low back is chronically arched because your pelvis has what’s called an anterior tilt, it can cause poor posture, back pain, chronic muscle tightness, pelvic floor dysfunction and many other problems.

Today I’ll show you a simple way to balance and re-align the pelvis to solve this problem and regain proper posture.