Quick Intro: Breathing in Pilates
What's it good for?
Check out the “Breathing” post – here
Lateral breathing - becoming aware
We are going to use our abdominal muscles to stop the diaphragm lowering into the abdomen - actually it flattens out into the abdomen.
We noticed how this causes the belly to balloon out (diaphragm breathing here). This means that we don't have our abdominal muscles active at that time.
This energising breath allows us to have active abdominals during our Pilates practice - essential to both strengthen them and to protect the spine in ...
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