Integration of Movement Forces Through the Joints
Integration of movement forces through the joints provides necessary support for healthy joints and is an important aspect of the Contained Body Principle.When one or more bones are moving they should be stabilized by one another in the same direction as the inner prana flow. All actions and spirals must pass through and unify the affected joints. For example, a rotation in the humerus must pass through the gleno-humeral joint and into the scapula. A rotation in the femur must continue through the hip joint and into the pelvic half. Any time anything in the body moves it affects every thing else. The flow of forces should be harmonious.