the book is here!
Stack Your Bones: 100 Simple Lessons for Realigning Your Body and Moving with Ease by Ruthie Fraser (published by The Experiment) is now widely available!
or order directly from Ruthie (email email@example.com)
When opposite actions in the body embrace in a dynamic, animate conversation, we reside in balance -- and wholeness. Oftentimes, one aspect of our being is over-developed or in excess and a counter-opposing aspect is under-developed or lacking. We each embody a personal collective of these imbalances or fragments in posture, body structure, the prana body and the emotional body.
In general, we can all benefit from exploring pelvis mobility and directionality without banning any particular direction (try Pelvic Rocking, Pelvic Clock, and Balance the Pelvis from my book) — means, let’s relax and play with our pelvis' positions in many directions, feel our tendencies, learn what our default placement is… and then learn what we need to do to help our default position become more balanced. If we tend to be posterior, that would call us to work on certain things. If we tend to be anterior, that would call us to work on certain things. Maybe moving in one direction is way easier than another. That’s informative.
Ruthie Fraser is a Structural Integration practitioner, yoga teacher, and movement guide. A graduate of the Guild for Structural Integration, Ruthie has been in private practice in New York City since 2007 and currently runs the Stack Your Bones Studio in Brooklyn. Ruthie has worked with hundreds of clients, blending Structural Integration with her developing movement methodology. She has trained extensively in yoga with many master teachers and has taught thousands of classes in the United States and abroad. She is also a Brown University graduate, lifelong dancer, a long-time Iyengar Yoga student, and a budding Voice Dialogue facilitator. Ruthie lives in New York, splitting her time between Brooklyn and Hudson. firstname.lastname@example.org
Stack Your Bones is about restoring natural body alignment and coordination through Structural Integration bodywork and movement practices.