Monthly Archives: December 2013

Comforting Your S-I Joints | from Unit 1 Determining Sacral Position

TweetShare Sacro-iliac joint pain can be understood as a case of “broken pelvis” — in which the “break” occurs at the three major joints (syndesmoses) of the pelvis: at the pubic bone (pubic symphysis) and the two sacro-iliac joints. The … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 at 04:47PM, December 16, Lawrence Gold | Leave a comment

Sore Thigh Adductors and Gluteus Medius | from Comfort Your S-I Joints, Unit 4

TweetShare Pre-release tutorial to be replaced by a finished version, provided for immediate use to those in dire need. Read this to learn more now to do this movement best. Aiming: To determine your working position of the bent-knee leg, … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 at 02:41PM, December 11, Lawrence Gold | Leave a comment

Dog Stretch with sit down

TweetShare In the arching (“cat”) phase of the movement, you push your feet against the surface. Clinical Somatic Education | a New Discipline in the Field of Health Care Add your comment — what you would like to ask or … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 at 06:35PM, December 06, Lawrence Gold | Leave a comment

Improving Balance, instruction | from The Magic of Somatics

TweetShare This exercise integrates the inner line of one thigh with the opposite side waist. This integration improves balance and coordination, walking by better-coordinating side-to-side movements in standing and walking. Useful to reach the obturator internus muscle of the groin. … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 at 01:47PM, December 05, Lawrence Gold | Leave a comment

Sacro-Iliac Joint Pain Relief | from Unit 1 somatics

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Posted in 2013 at 02:59PM, December 03, Lawrence Gold | Leave a comment