Movement Sequences

Each of these movement sequences targets a specific pain point in your body. Incorporating these movements into you daily routine will bring both stability and strength to that joint, creating ease of movement. These sequences work by targeting underlying postural patterns that are frequently seen in people who experience these pains. Because they work on the root cause, and not the symptom, people feel the relieving effects of these movement sequences quickly . All you have to do is click and download it straight to your computer.
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Movement Sequences

What are movement sequences?
Think of a yoga class and how they guide you through a string of movements. This is the exact same, except that it’s not yoga. They are various exercises, some of which are static holds and others that are dynamic movements. Either way, it is a directional video meant to alleviate a pain point.

How do they work?
As a posture therapist I have seen a lot of clients. Over the years it has come to my attention that people who complain about the same issue have similar postural patterns. Once you understand the pattern you understand how to effectively help 85% of the population get out of their pain. These movements are meant to change the postural patterns and get you moving pain free.

What is a postural patterns?
Think about the way you stand. Do you always shift your weight onto a certain foot, or cross your ankles, or hold your shoulders a certain way? Well our bodies have comfortable ways of doing everything. Over time, these subtle movements become a postural norm and the pattern that we move with. 

What to Expect

How long until I feel a difference?
That is highly individual. Some people will feel a difference after the first go while others feel it in a week or two. Be patient and gentle with yourself. If you’ve been in pain for more than 3 months don’t be surprised if it takes a little longer.

How frequently should I do these?
Ideally, every day. Don’t beat yourself up if you miss a day, but don’t make it a bit either.

What if I have pain in more than one area?
Answer this question: Where do I feel the most pain right now, in this exact moment? Pick that movement sequence to start with. If you have two places that are hurting equally pick the one that you would like to stop more. The good news is that the body is connected, meaning that as you balance out one place you are really starting to balance out your whole body.

What if I have had surgery?
Listen to your body and meet yourself where you are every day. I would highly encourage you to still get the movement sequence of your choice and do the best you can.

What If I do it wrong?
This team has tried to do everything in our power to make the directions simple and easy to understand and make actionable. If you follow the cues and always shoot to feel balanced there is no such thing as doing it wrong. There is always room for improvement and you will get there! Just take it day by day.

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