Visual survey of the Anatomy Trains system of lines
Ida Rolf says that viewing is scanning from a distance. Understanding the body’s skeletal connections is the first step in discovering movement and postural patterns that cause pain and dysfunction by hindering optimal movement. We’d like to show you a new strategy to improve your postural and movement testing skills!
101: On day one, we will explore relational anatomy. We will use special simple exercises and illustrative examples to help you develop spatial vision and tactile skills to identify skeletal patterns and interactions in the body.
Introduction to the language of body reading (shift, tilt, bend, rotation), accurate description of body geometry
- Palpation of bones and description of their spatial position
- How do postural patterns behave during movement?