The general tightness on the hips can have an impact on how we sit for meditation, on neck pain and in most extreme cases causing headaches. .
Does it happen to you that when you sit crossed leg to meditate, even if just 5mins, you start to feel pain on the hip flexers, or knees, or back? The meditation siting posture required the spine to be naturally straight, the spine is on the top of the pelvis, the pelvis needs to be free to move to accommodate the alignment of the spine. If there is tightness in the hips, this limits the movement of the pelvis. .
When we feel neck pain or headaches caused by hip tightness could be because the hips might be misaligned, this could be due to tightness, or repetitive posture that favour one side of the hip or some other factors that can come in play. .
When we learn what is affecting how we feel and what we can do about it to change there is a sense of being in charge of our own body. It can start with small things like changing how our hips feel and what we can do to improve it's health, mobility, flexibility and so on. .
We have a hip opener workshop coming on Saturday 15/06, 2,5hrs of light bulb moments and lots to take away. .
Book online. 📷 @veganian_1
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