A Crack in the Mask: The Felt Sense Method

THE FELT SENSE METHOD® A HUMANISTIC APPROACH FOR MANAGING INCONTINENCE 157 2. Move closer to the wall and place the bend of your toes on the wall. Keep the soles of your feet together and the little toe sides of your feet on the floor. Move your pelvis as close to your heels as possible. 3. Reach your arms over your head and bring your straight arms to the floor with your palms facing the ceiling. • Support the outside of your thighs with rolled blankets if the stretch at your inner groins becomes painful. Support your neck and head with a folded blanket if your head tilts backwards. Elongated spine in Supta Baddha Konasana. 1. Let your lumbar spine elongate and make sure the sacrum is flat on the floor. 2. Let the abdomen drop down towards the spine as you actively move the back rib cage and shoulder blades upwards towards the head with the reaching of the arms. 6. Keep the length coming into the back and side body and remember not to arch the spine. The Felt Sense Method®

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