I want to talk to you about your bum!
My tagline "Lift your Bum, Lift your Vibration, Rock your World" is my way of letting you know my work involves the physical self and the spiritual self and the vibe is playful.
It's a bit tongue in cheek (no pun intended..haha) and works.
Most of us, given the choice, would like a toned bum and to look good in our jeans, however, a bum that could crack walnuts might be superfluous to requirements and, lets be fair, who the heck has time?.....These are fair points.
In fact, with all we have to do, a walnut cracking bum is just not on the To-Do list... but for the sake of your back do give a little bit of bum strength some thought.
In reality, with the pace of life as it is we absolutely need to have strength and flexibility in our bodies, but we also need connect to our inner power, universal energy too. We want to get clarity and peace internally, since our external worlds are so highly pressured and often overwhleming. Sometimes getting the balance with what our body needs and what our heart needs to thrive is tricky. Which is more important? Doesn't something have to give?
Is the strength of my bum that important? You may ask
Yes, a strong bum is important to your physical wellbeing as it supports the spine and keeps the pelvis stable. You don't have to go mad but some strength and tone really can help.
Pilates helps you tone and strengthen your bum, which actually helps relieve lower back pain and support the whole spine, along with the help of abdominals. Having a shapely bum might be nice, but having a strong bum makes you feel good, in balance and moves your body more efficiently, and this what is important.
A supported spine keeps you young and, since we are younger longer, you need to keep your body up for the task in hand...
..A full juicy life.
You can move with ease and grace when your hip area is balanced and muscles are doing the right thing at the right time. The whole body is supported and you can do your things in flow, pain free and feeling fantastic.
Looking good in jeans is great, but being strong and feeling good in jeans even better.
Its win win.
So go on, take the stairs next time, your back will thank you for it.
The 20 minute video below is not bum specific, but as part of a rounded set it's great to get you strong, energised and invigorated, and connected in your heart, your core and your body..
If you have any health concerns please consult a doctor, always listen to your body and go within your limits. Thank you. I hope you enjoy..
Thank you again!