Pelvic Floor Series Part Two
Sidelying Rotations With Diaphragm Expansion
Our Pelvic Floor Responds to Our Breathing
We can use our breath. We can use our mouth, our throat, our respiratory diaphragm to influence and affect what's happening at the pelvic floor.
Our pelvic floor helps to control and influence our entire system. Our entire system helps to control and influence our pelvic floor.
Today we are doing sideline rotations with an emphasis on expanding our diaphragm down towards our pelvic floor.
Thoracic rotation can help decrease pressure down on a tight pelvic floor.
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