Pelvic floor Base. Rectus abdominis Line.
Your Base-Line is your core pillar of strength, from where the rest of the body extends.
All movement should be supported by your Base-Line.
The position of the rest of your body is relative to your Base-Line.
It takes time and effort to learn to use your body correctly. Keep your Base-Line in mind whatever you are doing.
Work on breathing with your Base-Line.
As you activate your Base-Line muscles, begin to use the roll-down action and move as feels natural.
Focusing on your Base-Line will increase your awareness of your posture so you can feel how to move in order to start releasing the pain and physical tensions on your body.
Keep working at it. Find your Base-Line and begin the journey to better health.
Become aware of when 'the wrong' areas of muscle activate. When you feel this happening - relax, breathe and focus on your Base-Line once more.
Focusing on activating and extending your Base-Line will increase awareness of your state of body alignment and balance and develop your sense of conscious proprioception building the connection between body and mind.
Your brain has no central guide for body alignment.
You are unable to re-set to healthy after a trauma. You adjust rather than heal.
Traumas build up. Pain levels continue to increase.
You don't know what you are missing!
1. Read this website and find the muscles on your body.
2. Breathe with your Base-Line.
3. Imagine your first 3 midline markers (pubic symphysis, navel, xiphoid process of sternum) forming a straight line.
4. Move and adjust as feels natural.
5. Keep working at it. Little by little progress is made.
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