Hi, Guys, Thank you for your comments! I have a big problem, my butt always comes out ( The head, body, butt should be straight) when I tried to turn my body, of course I can’t move the center of my body. I also know the waist brings butt to turn. I hope you could understand what I mean.
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Gord Muir • Very common problem with a cure that is simple in concept but difficult because your body will fight you when trying to do it.
The hips are vulnerable to misalignment from many areas. Even a protruding chest can cause this. The misalignment can ripple out into small misalignments not just in the back but also in the knees and neck.
When you sit in a chair your back is straight. That is partly because your weight in on your hips, not on your knees. Check your posture and see if you really are sitting into your hips. If you press into the crease between your thigh and waist that area needs to be soft. If you feel tight protruding ‘strands’ in that area you will need to play with it until you can release those.
Pressure should not be felt on the top of the thigh or knee, it should be felt in the “kua” or hip joint and your aim should be to the bottom of your hip/butt. As if you are actually sitting on a chair.
Make sure your chest is released inwards also. If someone were to put a palm on your upper chest they should have a feeling of the palm being pulled inwards and downwards, into your body.
Check that your neck is straight by lifting your head and lifting the back of your neck. When lifting the back of your neck your chin will tuck down a bit and the back of the neck should feel stretched.
Draw a line from your released tail bone to the back of your neck and do your best to keep that line intact.
There are many tricks to help with this problem but that are difficult to describe using words only. I hope the above helps.