The Human Body Moves In Two Ways
Our diaphragm drives these 15,000 to 30,000 life-giving movements a day. Yet through breathing comes another critical function, position of the rib cage, which commands the ceiling structure of our deep core stabilization musculature. Postural Restoration appreciates the intimate relationship between the respiratory diaphragm and the pelvic diaphragm and how improving and integrating this profound relationship can relieve back pain, neck pain, SI joint instability, over all body tension, and athletic performance.
At CHARM we combine expertise in motion analysis, postural restoration, and identification of these biased and inefficient movement patterns, with closed chain reciprocal suspension exercises in the Redcord Neurac. Using a special attachment to the ropes called an axis and body weight off-loading you can once again regain controlled movement and functional stability within your rotational and reciprocal asymmetry.
It is a beautiful design!