Pelvic clock in different contexts
Sitting on the chair
• Sitting on the chair, feet firmly on the floor, knees separated as you feel supported and if you are supported on Ischia. Put one hand under your buttocks to feel the shape of the bony protuberance (ischial tuberosity). Take my hand take a reference on the wall, a point where your eyes naturally tend to rest.
• Very slowly move your pelvis and becomes small rounding the back and returns to the center. When you move do not hold your breath, it makes the legs, abdomen, chest, shoulders and neck are relaxed.
• Tilt your pelvis and slowly arching the lower back by venting the stomach. Exhale, relax the back and legs. Feel how the weight moves forward on Ischia, the trunk extends to become erect. Continue to slowly tilt your pelvis tilting forward and back arching and rounding your back.
• Yet sit in the chair. With both feet on stable ground, hands on thighs, the pelvis tilts toward the left knee so that the weight moves to the left buttock and the right bar is raised a bit 'from its support. Feel like your right shoulder is progressing slowly moves back and the left and the right side tends to rise, the coast side of this approach, the column is extended and the head moves to the left accompanied by the look.
• Now tilt your pelvis toward your right knee feel like eyes are moving, how they organize the head, ribs, hips and knees as you move the weight on the buttocks and feet. Leaves the body soft and relaxed so that breathing can take place freely.
• Imagine that the chair is painted on the support and draw a clock with the dock 12-6 H, then from 3 to 9 H, and finally draws every hour intermediate describing circles in one direction and then in the total involvement in the body movement.