Balance, Stability and Mobility Throughout the Body
Each individual has a unique balance of support and flexibility that facilitates his or her maximum integration and healthy movement.
- Increase stability by encouraging more central (proximal) initiation of movement.
- Increase flexibility by encouraging peripheral (distal) initiation of movement.
- Increasing flexibility beyond one’s ability to support and integrate is harmful.
- Rigidity and unnecessary restriction is equally detrimental.
Both have ramifications throughout the entire body and one’s life.