This “preparation” for a pelvic clock works in lying and sitting, leaning on hands and elbows, and with variations of knees bent and feet standing, soles of the feet together with knees open to the sides, and legs long, as well as asymmetrical positions (one knee crossed over the other, one foot standing and one long).

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