Start position: Begin on your hands an knees in a tabletop position. Simply being in this position adds a posterior glide of the head of the femur.   The movement: place one foot over the other leg which will put your hip into slight external...

HOW: Begin on your side with your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles stacked over each other. Place the resistance band just slightly above your knees. In this side lying position keep both feet slightly off of the floor then open your top knee up towards...

WHY: This exercise will help with learning back and pelvic body awareness as well as it promotes global mobility of these regions. This exercise also provides the opportunity for your back to get comfortable with moving in and out of your spinal flexion and...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your feet about hip-width apart. Place a dowel behind your back with one end making contact with your head and on your tailbone with the other end, the middle of the dowel should also be in contact...

HOW: Get set-up in a quadruped position on your hands and knees. Start strong in your shoulder blades by pushing your body away from the floor. From here you will lift one leg off the floor and drive your knee out to the side...

Follow along with the video to learn how to roll out the  muscles in your hips! You want to avoid any bony landmarks like your sitbones. Everywhere else on your hips you are welcome to roll as long as you want! You only need to...

HOW: Begin with your mid-back against a bench or elevated surface. Bring one knee up towards your chest. While keeping your chin tucked, thrust your hips towards the ceiling. Focus on driving into the floor with your heel and tuck your tailbone (AKA posteriorly...

HOW: Begin with your mid-back against a bench or elevated surface with your feet hip width apart. Place a resistance band just above your knees. While keeping your chin tucked, thrust your hips towards the ceiling. Focus on driving into the floor with your...

HOW:  Begin with your mid-back against a bench or elevated surface with your feet hip-width apart. Place a resistance band just above your knees. Bring one knee up towards your chest to tension the resistance band. The elevated leg should be not only driving...

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