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My favorite past time is watching people walk, which my clients can attest to, as it is so curious to me how we manipulate and contort our bodies simply to move forward in space.
Most people do not consider what happens from the waist up when they walk.
What aspects of movement are necessary to keep us upright as we age?
We go through life with little awareness of whether parts of our body are mobile or stable, until we experience a moment of instability that results in a stumble or fall, or a period of pain that affects our life.
The hardest part of recovery from injury is having patience with the process, especially when it is long and painful.
As we walk down the street and catch a glimpse of ourselves in a store window, we immediately stand up taller, suck in our tummies, and pull our shoulders back. Have you ever noticed that holding these “postures” doesn’t feel very good?
Some people would say that Body Awareness is understanding where your body is in space and the sense of how it moves within it, while most often, others say that it is when you know that something doesn’t feel right or good in your body at any given time.