Base-Line Healing


Introduction to

Base-Line Healing.

Feel how to heal.

Summary of Base-Line Theory.

A healthy body is one that is balanced and aligned, free of tension with a full range of natural movement and good posture.

Working with the five main muscles of movement, starting from Base-Line (pelvic floor, rectus abdominis), is the key to achieving this.

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Our Base-Line muscles are the central support for the rest of the body.

Focusing on them awakens our sense of positioning (conscious proprioception) connecting body and mind so that we can start to feel how to move to improve our posture and work towards body alignment.

What if I don't use my main muscles of movement?

Base-Line: Like a strong ribbon anchored to a rock,

from where all movement should originate.

Summary of Base-Line Technique.

1. Connect with your Base-Line.

Focus on your Base-Line muscles.

Breathing technique.

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2. Move from your Base-Line.

Use the roll-down.

Move as feels natural.

Be inspired by tai chi, movement in water, yoga. ... keep moving from your Base-Line.

3. Connect the rest of your body to Base-Line.

Base-Line to legs.

Base-Line to upper body.

4. Work towards balance and body alignment.

Bit by bit, move through the physical restrictions on your body releasing the pain and tensions you have been carrying around.

Regaining a full and natural range of movement

markers for alignment..

5. Feel better.

The mind-body wants to heal, give it the opportunity to do so.

The key to healing.

Wherever you are and whatever you are doing, your Base-Line muscles should be at the core of all movement.

How long to heal?

It takes time and focus to utilise the main muscles of movement if you are not used to using them. Try to keep these muscles in mind whatever you are doing.

Your "healing time" will depend on:

  1. The level of deficiency in the usage of your main muscles of movement.
  2. The length of time you have had a deficiency. The effects on body and mind increase over time.
  3. The amount of trauma your body has stored.  Individual trauma imprints.
  4. The time and effort YOU put into connecting with your Base-Line and working towards true body alignment.


The deficiency in my main muscles had been life-long and I had been hard on my body.   A decades-long list of damage to work through and symptoms to relive, but after my depression lifted it was like a new world.

It's taken over 3 years of almost constant movement, working through the restrictions, little by little freeing myself from the pain, tension and trauma.

I feel better now than I ever have done before.

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Find Your Base-Line.

The Key To Better Health.