Pelvic Tilt (Hands and Knees)
There are many ways to do a pelvic tilt. One type endorsed by Spinning Babies is where you’ll go on all fours – hands and knees – and arch your back up and then straight (cat table top).
Even Spinning Babies said this workout is not theirs, and that alone, it’s NOT an effective way to turn a breech baby. Still, pelvic tilt variations and going on all fours are one of the most recommended workouts when a woman is pregnant.
If you’re pregnant and trying to get your baby into a cephalic presentation, these tips might help but nothing is certain. Spinning Babies, after all, is a class with numerous strategies. Unless you enroll in the program, you will not get the full experience. And even if you get into the program, there’s no telling what will happen during labor and delivery.
Remember that babies have a mind of their own and don’t always cooperate with the doctor and their mothers. But if you are able to move around as recommended, then it’s good for your baby no matter what position they’ll assume when it’s time for them to be born.
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