Basic orientation to practice of the Unit 1 somatic education exercises to correct S-I Joint Dysfunction.
Relevant explanatory entry for the condition:
The first step of correcting S-I Joint Dysfunction (and Pelvic Distress Syndrome) is to “unlock” the situation — much like unlocking a lock-nut to free a screw to turn.
In this case, we make more room in the low back and S-I joints so things can move. That involves decompressing the lumbo-sacral junction (where low back and pelvis meet) and elongating the jammed side (the side where the sacrum is too deep).
Comfort Your S-I Joints | Unit 1 Introduction
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