Pelvis Stretching

Enhance your flexibility and relieve tension with these effective pelvis stretching exercises. Incorporate these stretches into your daily routine to improve your range of motion and prevent discomfort.
Lauren Ohayon | Core + Pelvic Floor on Instagram: "This deep #hipstretch feels incredible. You know when they say “open your hips” - this is essentially that. It targets your #psoas, frontal #hips, #lowback and #pelvicfloor. Do not be intimated by the steps. Remember you are worthy of that. (And the second time you do it - it’ll feel like one step. 1. Bring yourself to the wall in a low lunge. Adjust your body so it feels right for you. 
 2. Tent your fingers to the floor and use that to press your back into a cat.

💡The key here is to tuck your pelvis! So just spine alone will not target the hips and psoas.
 3. Then untuck your pelvis and lengthen your spine - and allow your pelvis to lower towards the bed. 
 4. Tuck and untuck back and forth as many times as you desire. Moving slowly Yoga, Instagram, Fitness, Pelvic Floor Exercises, Pelvic Floor Therapy, Hip Opening Stretches, Pelvic Floor, Stretches For Flexibility, Hip Flexor Stretch

Lauren Ohayon | Core + Pelvic Floor on Instagram: "This deep #hipstretch feels incredible. You know when they say “open your hips” - this is essentially that. It targets your #psoas, frontal #hips, #lowback and #pelvicfloor. Do not be intimated by the steps. Remember you are worthy of that. (And the second time you do it - it’ll feel like one step. 1. Bring yourself to the wall in a low lunge. Adjust your body so it feels right for you. 2. Tent your fingers to the floor and use that to…

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Whealth on Instagram: "This is great for anyone with a pelvis! Especially for those dealing with pelvic health or hip issues. Legs and hips elevated- Getting your pelvis higher than your upper body can feel amazing if you’re someone struggling with the effects of gravity. Think prolapses, dysautonomia (like POTS or orthostatic intolerance), etc. But for the general public, it’s also a nice recovery position. Happy baby stretch- This feels amazing. If you’re hypermobile, don’t assist the stretch initially. Get used to your hip ranges of motion and what feels good afterward. Think about drawing the breath down into the pelvic floor and relaxing. We want to feel movement and relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles. Hip switches and piriformis stretch- a nice flow to be done very slowly. Y Nice, Muscles, Public, Yoga, Upper Body, Fitness, Instagram, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Pelvic Floor

Whealth on Instagram: "This is great for anyone with a pelvis! Especially for those dealing with pelvic health or hip issues. Legs and hips elevated- Getting your pelvis higher than your upper body can feel amazing if you’re someone struggling with the effects of gravity. Think prolapses, dysautonomia (like POTS or orthostatic intolerance), etc. But for the general public, it’s also a nice recovery position. Happy baby stretch- This feels amazing. If you’re hypermobile, don’t assist the…

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Aimee Adams
Megan Dahlman on Instagram: "Well, I debated whether or not to show you this one (cause it’s a tad bit weird looking 🤪 ), BUT it’s soooo worth doing, especially if you have bad low back pain and need some relief. 

👉Here’s the thing: Your adductors (inner thighs) are part of your hip flexor complex. And when your hip flexors are tight in any way, it will pull on your pelvis and make your low back crabby. 😡😤👿 Like really crabby… the type of chronic tight and achy crabbiness that you probably feel a lot. 

So while the “Frog Stretch” is a little funky and might not be for everyone, if you can get into this position and can relax, it will give you SO MUCH RELIEF!!! 🙌🙌🙌 

Tips: 

✅ Arch your tail up to the ceiling then press your hips back toward your heels

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Megan Dahlman on Instagram: "Well, I debated whether or not to show you this one (cause it’s a tad bit weird looking 🤪 ), BUT it’s soooo worth doing, especially if you have bad low back pain and need some relief. 👉Here’s the thing: Your adductors (inner thighs) are part of your hip flexor complex. And when your hip flexors are tight in any way, it will pull on your pelvis and make your low back crabby. 😡😤👿 Like really crabby… the type of chronic tight and achy crabbiness that you…

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Brenda Hartmann
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Unlock relief with this rejuvenating quadratus lumborum stretch – a key to melting away lower back pain! 👉FOLLOW FOR MORE HEALTH TIPS! 📚 Tight quadratus lumborum muscles can contribute to back pain...

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Dr. Jill Zimmerman, DPT, CPT on Instagram: "Pinching in the hip. Often felt when the knee is brought up toward the chest and across the body. A clear sign that the back of the pelvis won’t open up. Tightness in the back shoving the femur forward in the socket. Stealing the femurs ability to flex and internally rotate. —— One of the most accepted ways to open up the back of the pelvis is to flex and internally rotate the hip. This creates length in the backside. But this strategy won’t w Nutrition, Namaste, Hip Flexor Stretch, Hip Mobility, Hip Tendonitis, Hip Flexors, Hip Out Of Alignment, Hip Pain Relief, Hip Flexor

Dr. Jill Zimmerman, DPT, CPT on Instagram: "Pinching in the hip. Often felt when the knee is brought up toward the chest and across the body. A clear sign that the back of the pelvis won’t open up. Tightness in the back shoving the femur forward in the socket. Stealing the femurs ability to flex and internally rotate. —— One of the most accepted ways to open up the back of the pelvis is to flex and internally rotate the hip. This creates length in the backside. But this strategy won’t w

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