Grounding Practices • 24-Jun-2021
HIPnotic is one of my signature hip-centric practices and I absolutely LOVE teaching it.
Your “hip muscles” are actually quite diverse and as a very mobile ball-and-socket joint (second only to your shoulder!), it’s important to acknowledge all the muscles that act on the joint, not just the ones we stretch in poses like pigeon.
So join me on this journey through all 4 quadrants of your hips and see if you don’t feel hypnotized by the tension release that’s possible!
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