The first series of the year will focus on the relationship of the hip joints to the spine specifically the low spine and legs. These lessons I hope will prove to be interesting and helpful for you as you explore the possibilities of more freedom and ease in your hips and back.
Here are some thoughts on how I think about the way the hip joints and their function relate to you as a whole functioning person.
· the spine must integrate with the pelvis in a way that allows the hips to glide easily in their sockets when the legs move
· the hip is a ball and socket joint that must attach to the pelvis in a very particular way for the legs to work well
· the spine, hips, and legs must function as a system or the muscles in the pelvic and groin areas can be stressed
These classes will approaches your pelvic, groin and hip limitations systematically and realizes that faulty interactions between various/related parts of the body cause strain on the entire system. For example, by contributing to an altered position of the pelvis and hip, a rigid ankle or old knee injury could be the cause of hip pain. These lesson will help clarify what may be limiting your hip function, so that functional relationships can be restored.
Please contact Susan prior to attending your first class at (650) 465-5528, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope you can join us. 3 week series: $45.00 Drop in: $20.00