HOW: Begin in a seated position with both knees bent on the ground. One knee should be lying on its outside, and the other should be lying on its inside. Sit up tall, hinge forward at the hips and lean towards the knee lying...

HOW: Begin in a standing position. Shift your weight to one leg. Take the other foot and hook it around the back of the standing leg. Cross your arms across your chest, or grab onto a stick if needed. From here, drive the bent...

HOW: Anchor a band at a lower level closer to the ground. In a standing position, face away from the anchor and grab onto the band with one hand holding it underneath you. Start in a tall standing position with a slight bend in...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet together and a slight bend in both knees. Slightly hinge forward at the waist and cross your arms across your chest with your hands on your shoulders. From here, turn your hips from side to...

HOW: Start by looping a resistance band around your legs just above your knees. Grab onto a medball with both arms and hold against your body in a standing position with slight tension on the band and a small bend in your knees. From...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your feet spread far apart in a wide stance. Place your hands on your hips and move them in a circular motion tilting the pelvis in a different direction as you rotate it.    FEEL: As your hips...

HOW: Start in a standing position.. Place your hands on a stick, shift your weight to one leg, and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then, rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do this going forwards and backwards...

The Pelvic Rotation Assessment is a good way to look at how well you move one area of your body, or dissociate one area of your body, without moving other areas of your body. To begin this assessment, get set up in a standing position with...

The Pelvic Tilt Assessment is a great way to look at dissociation of movement, or how well we are able to move one area of our body while keeping the other areas of our body stationary.    To begin this assessment, start in a standing position with...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your knees slightly bent and a small forward hip hinge. Place your hands on your hips and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do...

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