Spinal Cord Breathing

Inhale and expand the chest, arms bent at the elbows and extended to the sides of the body. Exhale, tuck the tailbone under and round the back forward, bringing the elbows toward one another in front of the chest. Inhale, expand the chest, tuck the chin in toward the throat, push the chin back, raise the crown and bring the arms out to the sides. Repeat this back and forth movement 36 times. This movement activates the cranial and sacral pumps, and loosens all the joints in the spine.

Head Forward, Chin Almost Touching the Chest.

Round the Back

Push Out T-11

Tuck in the sacrum

Round the Back

Push Out T-11

Zhan Zhuang Spine

Move Arms Forward

Sink the Rib Cage to Help Activate the Lungs and Heart.

Fig. 8 Spinal Cord Breathing 13

Move Arms Forward

Exhale

Sink the Rib Cage to Help Activate the Lungs and Heart.

Fig. 8 Spinal Cord Breathing 13

Cranial Pump

T-11 Adrenal Gland

Sacral Pump

1. Inhale

2. Push Forward C-7, and Press the Neck into the Shoulders to Help Activate the Cranial Pump.

3. Pull the Arms Back, and Pull the Scapulae Together.

4. Push Forward T-11 to Help Activate the Adrenal Glands.

5. Tilt the Sacrum Back to Help Activate the Sacral Pump.

Cranial Pump

T-11 Adrenal Gland

Spinal Cord

Push the Chest Outward to Help Activate the Thymus Gland.

Fig. 9 Spinal Cord Breathing

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