Constructions do not break where the pressure is greatest, rather where the construction has its weakest joint!
A structural Integrator work according to this principle (biotensegrity) and the gait analyses is gives us important information about how to organize the most appropriate and effective treatment. In the Western world muscle pain and joint problems often are treated locally. Our experience is that the local treatment often only works as a “fire extinguisher” and that the problem often returns gradually after a few days or weeks. By looking at the body’s global movement pattern, we can localize habits and unwanted compensations, to prevent overload that over time can lead to pain in various places in the body.
“Where you think it is, it ain’t”! Dr. Ida Rolf said and this is our experience as well.
By doing thorough preparatory work, we can work with the body in a more holistic way and contribute to achieving a better flow of movement through the entire body.
When the connective tissue is well hydrated, we can move more easily and flexible, which makes everyday life easier but also contributes to a better function in all the body’s various organ systems.
We recommend gait analysis for those who want to prevent health, learn more about what affects and shapes the posture and for those who have recent or chronic muscle and joint pain.
Recommended treatment after gait analysis is Myofascial Release, Structural Bodywork or Structural Integration 12 series Length of treatment 60-75 minutes.