Hip Bumps is a core move that may be practice in all of the stances. "Bumping" can be explored by moving your hips from side to side or front to back. To protect your hip joint, and engage more muscular support from the core, think of directing the top of your hip bone to move up toward the armpit. Like all core moves, use the stability of your feet to integrate the power of you base and core.
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Tip: Practice with small bumps, big bumps, one-side bumping, and in all of the stances (even cat stance!). Play with speed - slow to gain skilll and strength or quick to express a jazzing quality. Sense the engagement of the muscles of your core as you isolate and integrate your pelvis. Imagine bumping your car door shut