Sit up on the sitz bones.
When our knees are lower than the level of our hips and our back is upright, the great muscle pair which sweeps past the uterus from the spine to the top of the thigh bone can lengthen. A longer set of psoas (so-as) muscles allows for more ease in digestion, emotion, and birthing. Sit on the front of your sitz bones, not back on your sacrum, to give your insides more room and less compression.
Many pregnant people need more support for their muscles and connective tissue than is available simply from keeping good posture in pregnancy. A lot of sitting or doing a single exercise can cause imbalances that may not show up until labor when baby goes lower. Give yourself a full advantage by doing body balancing techniques in our techniques section. Wonder where to start? Go to The Three Principles in Pregnancy.
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