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Base-Line Healing

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List of Anatomy Pages

Look at the illustrations on each of the pages, imagine your main muscles of movement working and build a connection.   An on-going process - something that you need to work at.

skeleton and the five main muscles of movement crucial to physical health. side-front view

The 5 Main Muscles of Movement.

How to Work With your Main Muscles of Movement

Base-Line muscles:

pelvic floor keeping it simple

rectus abdominis keeping it simple

pelvic floor in detail

rectus abdominis in detail

Base-Line to Legs

skeleton and the 5 main muscles of movement side-back view. The central support needed for pain free movement when these muscles can felt to be balanced.

gluteus maximus keeping it simple

rectus femoris keeping it simple

gluteus maximus in detail

rectus femoris in detail

Base-Line to upper body

trapezius keeping it simple

trapezius in detail

the body split in two - left and right halves.  Right down the middle is the cut that is known as the median plane.  Our reference for body alignment and balance.

Body Alignment

median plane - our midline

linea alba

nuchal and supraspinous ligaments

median markers for alignment

Other

anatomy of pelvis pictures

connective tissue and collagen

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Connect mind and body. Heal yourself.

 OPTIMISING THE USE OF YOUR MUSCLES = BETTER HEALTH.

ALWAYS START FROM BASE-LINE, ALWAYS WORK FROM YOUR BASE-LINE

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