Pelvis anatomy is especially important for yoga and other movement practices because of its central position, the sacroiliac joints and connections to the spine.
Pelvis anatomy is the key to understanding the core.
Learning from this course can help you to take control of your hips, pelvis and core.
The pelvis is close to our centre of gravity. It connects us structurally from the legs to the spine. When we move in the back or with the legs, this will affect the pelvic structural balance.
In this course you can find out why the pelvis needs to actually be mobile. More importantly, you’ll learn where the areas of muscles and fascia are that can be used to safely move and stabilize the hips, pelvis and lower back.
When we practice, specific differences between female and male bodies require us to be aware of individual needs. Find out why some bodies have greater lower back mobility.
Did you know we have outer and inner hip muscles? When you take this course, you will also learn the importance of the inner hip muscles for protection of the hip joints.
Be proactive and informed to keep your hips healthy and prevent some of the common injuries that are occurring in yoga and movement practitioners today.
Your purchase includes lifetime access so you can study at your own pace, and easily refer back to topics when you need a refresher.
The Pelvis Anatomy for Movement course videos help broaden your understanding on the following topics:
- pelvis landmarks
- male female pelvis differences
- hip socket
- hip muscles
- hip flexors
- pelvic floor
- sacroiliac joint
- neutral pelvis position
As part of this course you get:
- 12 instructional videos
- 12 downloadable instructional PDFs
- Knowledge testing quiz on completion
This course can count as 2 hours of continuing education for Yoga Alliance
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