All sitting spinal twists, by definition, have two features: they are always upright, and the hips are always flexed. And because many of these postures take tension off the hamstrings and adductors, and yet flex the hips, they generally produce more intense stretches in the hip joints, pelvis, and spine than supine, standing, and inverted twists. This often makes it difficult to complete sitting spinal twists comfortably and attractively, but it also enables us to work deeply with native hip flexibility that is limited by that joint and its restraining ligaments rather than by muscles.
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