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restricting breathing, and as well with the posterior tilt
of the ribs, the diaphragm is facing forward rather than
facing down toward the pelvic floor).
When the pelvic rotation begins to free (no need to
wait until it is perfect), the spinal muscles can be
addressed to undo the rotation in the spine and ribs.
This would also give us the opportunity to loosen the
myofascia in the posterior shoulders, to let them sit
down onto the 'new' rib cage and spine.