HOW:โ€ฏBegin on your side with your shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles stacked over each other. Place the resistance band just slightly above your knees. In this side lying position keep both feet slightly off of the floor then open your top knee up towards...

HOW: Find a wall then follow the instruction on the video.   FEEL: When you lean into the wall you will stretch the side closer to the wall, from the low back to hip region. When you push your body away from the wall you...

HOW: Begin in a plank position onto a foam roller while holding onto a resistance band with both arms. Your feet, hips, and shoulders should all be in one straight line. You will then roll out primarily driving with the shoulder blades while keeping...

HOW: Begin in a plank position with your scapula engaged. You can see the protraction of the scapula, maintain this position for the entirety of this exercise. With the elevated arm rotate your shoulder from overhead down towards your hips. Keep your arm up...

WHY: This exercise will help with learning back and pelvic body awareness as well as it promotes global mobility of these regions. This exercise also provides the opportunity for your back to get comfortable with moving in and out of your spinal flexion and...

HOW:โ€ฏ Get set-up laying flat on your back with your knees bent and feet supported on the ground. Place your hands on your hip bones to help with learning body awareness. Perform and maintain a small amount of posterior pelvic tilt prior to starting....

HOW: Lie on your back. Place a band (if you have one) around your knees. Keeping your stomach tight, squeeze both of your glutes at the same time and attempt to spread your knees apart as far as you can.   FEEL: You should feel...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Push back into a childโ€™s pose, round your back within your tolerance. Lay yourself flat facing down to transition yourself to a press up. Move slow and controlled and press up within your tolerance. If either of...

HOW: Start this exercise on your back in a 90/90 position of your knees and hips. Keep the small of your back pushed into the floor by activating your core. While maintaining core activation extend your legs out one at a time. The closer...