The sacrum is located at the bottom of the spine. We have to balance the movement of the hip before we create the stability in the sacrum. Stability in the sacrum leads to mobility all over. In utkatasana, if you tip the pelvis instead of hinge at the hips, you’ll feel the shift in the pelvis and the strain that would be put on the sacrum. You want to focus on flexion at the hips and knees.
Hold the sacrum sacred. Getting space in this part of the body will really help you feel alive! The sacrum and surrounding area is most often where people experience tightness and the feeling of ‘stickiness’. The best way to counter this to introduce the concept of mobility as we’ve done thus far.
Coming onto your back you’ll really be able to feel the imperfections and the imbalances. If you feel a spot of soreness, it’s most likely an imbalance issue more-so than tissue issue. Once you’ve found a sense of relaxation, come to meet me in a seated position.
May we strengthen and f fortify this area to benefit ourselves and all those around us. Namaste!
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