1. Pelvic floor and core muscles strengthening.
2. Improves blood flow to the pelvis and lower abdominal organs.
3. Stimulates adrenal gland and releases fear and anxiety.
4. Lower back and spinal muscles strengthening.
5. Improves range of motion knees, hips and ankles.
7. Releases pain in lower back.
8. Corrects a pelvic tilt misalignment and improves a good posture.
If you have a high blood pressure and you avoid medication then resist slightly and exhale through your mouth to release pressure in the skull.
Interesting to know.
A body with the poor postural presentation is a body under stress.
Misaligned body means a misaligned digestive tract. This affects the ability of the food to move comfortably and fluidly through the digestive tract.
Postural distortion patterns of the cervical spine are associated with the presence of headaches and migraines. Forward head posture can result in loss of 30% of lung capacity.
Leg length discrepancy (LLD) affects up to 90% of the general population that results in uneven and excessive loading of knee joints, hip joints and lumbar motion segments. There is a range of studies demonstrating that LLD is associated with postural and functional changes in lower limbs, pelvis, and spine.
Sitting has been described as "the new smoking". Sedentary behaviours are linked to higher levels of depression, type 2 Diabetes and heart disease. Poor posture at work results in 34% of all lost workday injuries and illnesses.
85% of employees report taking breaks during work due to pain and discomfort of sitting. The spine is strong enough to tolerate the pressure of a slouched spine for about 20 min, before the vertebral discs start to absorb the pressure. It is not how many hours of sitting that's bad for you; it's the how often sitting pose that is good for you.