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Base-Line Healing

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Breathing With Your Base-Line.

A good breathing technique will help build the connection to your Base-Line muscles and develop your conscious proprioception skills.

breathe in and up through your nostrils

▹Breathe in and up through your nostrils.

▹Breathe out through your mouth.

▹Engage your Base-Line muscles as you inhale.

∗ Begin with your Base pelvic floor muscles.

  → Take as many breaths as you need to feel your pelvic floor muscles engaging.

The solid base from where all movement should stem.

∗ Then focus on your mid-Line muscles.

  → As you breathe in and up through your nostrils, focus on each section of the rectus abdominis muscles activating and extending in sequence, from your pelvis to your chest.

Strong and flexible, your central support line.

Think: Longer and stronger with every breath in.

Take as many breaths as you need to engage and elongate your Base-Line.

I found it easiest to work on my breathing whilst standing (in a relaxed manner) or lying on my back.  Do whatever feels good for you.

Remember you are healing from your Base-Line out, so that is where your focus should be - it can take a long time to break old habits and many breaths to activate the correct muscles if you are not used to using them.

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With every breath in, feel the power of your Base-Line increase.

A stronger connection to your guide for alignment and balance.

OPTIMISING THE USE OF YOUR MUSCLES = BETTER HEALTH.

FEEL YOUR BASE-LINE, FEEL HOW TO HEAL.