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Grounding via the pelvic floor - advanced course
The pelvis can be described as the seat of the embodiment in that it the center of gravity of the body. This stable shell of bone protects the sensitive and vital organs of the abdomen. The basin is designed so that fine movements between its individual bones are possible. excretory and reproductive organs are thus gently massaged and held in a stable position. In the chakra system it is connected to the first chakra of survival at the pelvic floor and the second chakra of sexuality below the navel.
The feeling of grounding and power that comes from the feet and legs is transferred, it sits up to the middle station of the body in the Pelvis gone. This is where the nerve signals from that movement recorded. They stimulate the proprioception at the joints of hip, sacrum and lumbar spine and on the lower abdominal organs, in order ...and then continue on up the spine and into the brain. This neuronal sensations and the associated information from our experiences in the pool are important for our inner knowledge, that we are connected to Earth and can trust where we are are and how we respond to our world.
The pelvis can be affected by births, car accidents, sexual abuse, falls, psychological conditioning from childhood or similar experiences can be very traumatic and stressful. At such cases it can happen that the normal movement and healthy sensations are lost, which are associated with a balanced pelvic function are related.
The Tuning Board sends movement waves from below through the legs into the Up the pelvis. The pelvis goes with these impulses - or not. This is a clear indication of how free or restricted is this part of the body. Mindfulness for this area brings information into consciousness, with which we can then continue to work.
Dr. Darrell Sanchez
Darrell Sanchez, PhD, LPC is a licensed somatic psychotherapist, Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Rolf Movement Practitioner, Craniosacral Therapist, Certified Somatic Experiencing™ Practitioner and former trainer, and professional dance instructor and performer.He has been studying, practicing, teaching, and performing in the movement and healing arts since 1974. The common thread woven through …