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The Hip Series: Kinesthetic Stretches for the Hips and Pelvis

The Hip Series: Kinesthetic Stretches for the Hips and Pelvis

By Allan Saltzman. Many new practitioners find it difficult to sit on the floor because of tight hips or pelvic muscles that create painful pressure points on their knees and ankles. The Hip Series contains a series of simple, effective stretches that, when done regularly, help to open the hips and relax the pelvis. Even if you don’t like stretching, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a reason to not do these exercises. Paperback, 34 pages.

Price: $12.00
Product Code: B-HIP


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Submitted By: RT on 08/04/2013
Excellent little book! Quick read. Series of stretches are very effective prep for sitting practice. Highly recommend!

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Submitted By: Joseph on 08/16/2011
I received this book little over a week and a half ago approximately. This book is very easy to understand, and has helped me very much with my zazen. Sitting comfortably has been a problem for me and I would like to thank ZMM for getting it out there. I would not hesitate in recommending this book to anyone having similar problems sitting.

Joseph from Alabama

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Submitted By: Adam on 08/19/2007
I am very grateful for this book. It is simple and clear, and has made zazen much more stable and comfortable for me. I have done yoga exercises in conjunction with my zazen for many years, but (like many practitioners) have never really been able to sit comfortably--and (also like many other practioners) sesshin has always been quite painful for me. I am taken aback by the level of physical openness that even one week of practice with these exercises has created within my zazen. I am profoundly thankful to ZMM for finding this book.
Adam Dai Shin Conway

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