Anatomy 201: Why Balancing Your Pelvis Is Key to Good Posture

Want to deepen your understanding of movement? Join Karin Gurtner—founder and principal educator of art of motion training in movement and developer of Anatomy Trains in Motion—for Anatomy 201, a six-week course in functional anatomy. You’ll study your muscles in motion and the myofascial connections throughout your body. The results? You’ll move with more awareness, strength, and adaptability from head to toe. Learn more and sign up today!

When setting out to stand or sit with more ease, your spine may look or feel out of balance—but you may need to seek out the cause of the issue elsewhere. Here, Karin Gurtner, who is leading our upcoming course, Anatomy 201, shares how the pelvis can impact spinal rotation, along with an exercise to help correct it.

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