The pubic disk is the keystone of legs. That means transferring our weight through the pubic disk rather than the sacrum can free our spine.
Embryologically, the sacrum is part of the spine, not the legs. The pelvic halves and pubic disk are embryologically part of the legs.
Explore feeling the transfer of weight from one leg to the other go through your pubic disk and how that differs from transferring your weight through your sacrum and spine.
Finding the connection of the legs through the pubic disk can help to release tension in the sacrum, sacroiliac joints, and low back.
Often we see skeletons with their pelvis tilted backwards. This can give us an anatomically incorrect idea of how our pelvis is positioned.
Explore feeling the weight of your pelvis in your sitz bones to align your pelvis verses mechanically trying to adjust your sitz bones.
This clip is from Bonnie’s online course Engaging Self and Other through Embodiment.