Module Unit 2, Section B
You want to balance your front and back hip joint muscles — apart from the improved comfort around your hip joints — because those muscles play a part in pelvic position. Unbalanced tensions cause a forward or backward (generally forward) tilt of the pelvis — which affects S-I joint stresses.
This is the second of two exercises within that practice session — the first being Nose in the Hole.
The two exercises involve twisting movements — of the hips and of the trunk — which, in turn, affect the twist at the sacrum that creates the symptoms described in the following entry. : http://lawrencegoldsomatics.blogspot.com/2011/04/understanding-sacro-iliac-joints.html
Freeing and Balancing Hip Joint Muscles | from Comfort Your S-I Joints
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