Looking at the back of your core.

January 2, 2020

How the spine relates to your core.

Imagine your body parts in mostly food.

We’re no longer looking at the front. We’re looking at the back of the cake. The column of your torso. It’s kind of hard to put this all together without making an utter mess. Imagine we’ve got a couple of vertebrae. And they are existing up the backside of the cylinder shape of the torso within the cakes.

Now, when you think about moving the spine, you can begin to think about an individual segment that may be out of “true”. It might be twisted one way or the other. Or is one taking a dive forward? Or is one unable to roll back? You can begin to feel those as moveable parts within the whole shape of this cake-like-torso.

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