Should We Tuck or Untuck Our Tailbone in Chair Pose? — Jenni Rawlings Yoga & Movement Blog

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Thankfully, we don’t actually need to worry about this at all!

Our spine isn’t at risk in chair pose in the first place, and tucking or untucking our tailbone won’t make a difference in this regard.

In general, unless we have a specific goal (other than injury prevention) for instructing tucking or untucking in the moment, we can simply let our students’ bodies self-organize in chair pose.

We don’t need to interfere with or *micromanage* the slight tilts of their pelvis in an anterior or posterior direction.

In our newest podcast, we discuss all of this ⬆️ (and a *ton* of other alignment questions about chair pose!) with much more nuance and detail than we can fit into a single short email.

Join us for this engaging and informative discussion, yoga geeks!



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