Month: October 2020
Our bodies are a wonderful evolution. Generations of gathering, hunting, building and fighting with each other and ourselves.
Sitting is a common poison we administer to our bodies. It shortens our tendons, creates tension and blocks the flow of blood and other systems in the bodies. It is a part of almost any day so daily undoing is required.
Drills to undo sitting:
First – Don’t sit when possible or sit using a position that undoes some of the position damage. For example, a kneeling chair.
- Lie on your stomach. Inhale and raise all limbs and head in the air and arch the spine off the ground. Exhale and release. Repeat sixty times.
- Lie on your back and bring your heels to your behind. Inhale and extend your feet downward to bring your hips forward. Exhale and release. Repeat sixty times.
- Lean against a wall with your arms straight to the sides. Inhale and press the shoulders and then arms against the wall to bring the body off the wall. Exhale and release. Repeat thirty times.
- Stand a step away from the wall and place both hands on the top of your head. Place them on the wall and walk in a circle in place so the body rotates on two axis, the ground and the wall. Repeat ten times to each direction.
Enjoy the freedom and never forget to appreciate your health and freedom.