First find something you can sit on that is both firm and flat—a basic wooden chair is a great choice. This exploration will work best if you can find such a surface to sit on.
Sit down at the front of the chair so you are supporting your own torso as opposed to leaning back on the back of the chair.
This is what I refer to as active sitting.
The little boy in the photo above is a good illustration of active sitting.
Your first and most important job is to find your sitting bones. Continue reading “Sitting Series 3: Sit on Your Bones”