- Sit with your feet, knees and hips in line
- Place your hands on your pelvis and tilt your pelvis forwards and back (imagine you are rolling on and off your sitting bones). Position your pelvis midway between the two extremes of movement-you should feel as though you are sitting slightly forwards of your sitting bones. In this position your spine should stack itself straight.
- Try and imagine drawing the tips of your shoulder blades down towards the base of your spine, feel your collar bones widen and imagine you have a headlight on your chest bone, keep that headlight shining forwards
- Tuck your chin in without looking down
Remember it takes time for your postural muscles to strengthen up. Doing our Clinical Pilates workouts will strengthen your postural muscles and help you to improve your posture naturally.