I shared this to my newsletter subscribers recently, and didn’t want you to miss it! Take an elastic band or a yoga strap and bring it around the back of your ribs, and follow along with me to bring focus and breath movement into new parts of your torso. If you’ve been taught belly breathing is where it’s at, you may be missing essential real estate in your lungs, diaphragm and breathing capacity.
After you practice with me, make this part of your daily routine. You can even place your hands on your side or back ribs for feedback if you don’t have a strap or band. I prefer the band because it’s a variable resistance tool – it moves with me as I breathe – versus a yoga strap which feels more static, but can get the job done.
Enjoy, and tell me what you think or how your breathing changes with this practice as part of your daily routine!
PS: My online program for pelvic health (and by now you’ve likely learned from me that pelvic health relates to lower back, hip, core, postural health) will reopen again soon! If you’d like to learn more about Embody Your True Center and get on the waitlist for early bird savings, sign up here.