In the center of the central channel is the ribcage, and in the center of the ribcage is the heart. From the heart we expand the ribcage in all directions. We actively push out through the sides, back, and front of the ribs. And we lift the whole ribcage up. We call this expansion and lifting of the ribcage "Radiant Heart."
The filling of the back of the ribcage gives us the resistance and strength to be able to curve the low back and neck safely. It also creates buoyancy, giving us the capacity for more springiness. We feel lighter.
A curvy central channel and a radiant heart are the primary alignments of Bowspring. Join us this week, the beginning of a new 8-week session, and learn more.
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