There’s a yoga pose for healing your hips that’s so powerful it’s almost like magic.
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Why is this exercise so powerful?
When you traction your body, you literally create space in your joints. Many of us spend so much time sitting that we develop ultra tight hips. There are six ranges of motion in your hips. Double belt traction for your hips creates the space that allows you to restore your natural mobility.
Let me break down for you how to do this:
Step One. Get two yoga belts and make a big loop in one of them.
Step Two. Lie on the ground. Put the loop around the ball of one foot and the other end of the loop around your opposite hip.
Step Three. Take the tail end of the strap and pull tight to traction your hip.
Step Four. Put the second strap on the ball of your opposite foot. Straighten both legs. Push out against the strap on the ball of your foot. Tighten the knee cap and flex the quadriceps of the leg you are stretching to accelerate the stretch in your hamstrings. Flex both feet. Make sure you are pulling evenly on the two sides of the foot. Remember to breathe! I like to wrap my hands around each side of the strap so that my arms can relax while I’m stretching.
Step Five. Hold this position for at least one minute. Then switch sides. If you really want to change your life, hold this position for five minutes each side.
As a long time teacher of therapeutic yoga, I have used double belt hip traction for a variety of clients.
What sort of conditions can benefit the most?
- Locked sacroiliac joints
- Uneven hips
- Knee pain
- Low back pain
- Tight hamstrings
- Poor posture
- Flat lumbar curve where your lower back is less than 30 degrees
- Office workers who spend eight hours a day or more sitting
- Anyone with tight hips.
Double belt traction can be used as part of a therapeutic stretching routine. To find out how you can feel better, call 678-612-8816 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment to find out how you can restore balance and harmony to your body.
We can work either in person or via Skype. You will receive a postural analysis to learn why your body hurts and what you can do to make yourself feel better.