High Hip A misaligned pelvis (one side higher than the other) is often related to back pain or restriction in movement that affects one side of your body more than the other. - See more at: http://www.losethebackpain.com/blog/2012/10/02/back-muscle-pain/#sthash.U2bLyee3.dpuf
Yoga Inspiration - B E N E F I T S — Stimulate the internal organs; — Stretch deep glutes; — Stretch groins and psoas (a long muscle on the side of your vertebral column and pelvis); — Relieve impinged piriformis and alleviate sciatic pain; — Help with urinary disorders; - Offer emotional release. #yoga #floraa #healthy
3 poses to help the Psoas. When the psoas muscle becomes tight from injuries, poor posture, sitting for a fair amount of time or even stress, it can alter how the pelvis, lumbar, thoracic and even cervical vertebrae function and can typically lead to pain down the front of the thigh and along the lower to mid spinal column.
Did you know that stretching your hip muscles can help your back? The pelvis is a key structure when it comes to back health, partly because it is fixed to the lower spine. Not only that, but hip muscles attach onto the pelvis. Chronically tight hip muscles have the power to pull the pelvis out of alignment, and indirectly affect spinal positioning as they do.