Your muscles are attached to your joints, so once we have assessed and put correct movement back into your joints and overall biomechanics, your muscles can spiral, rotate, engage and release correctly. This will bring oxygen and circulation into the area, and help reduce inflammation, and ease pain.
However we need to guide your muscels and help your brain remember how to do this, by reminding your body of the experience and sensations of movements your body has forgotten to access. You want a spring effect, in every muscle fibre in your body to remind each muscle to fully contract and fully release.
Why your muscles need to spring into action to release pain.
For a muscle to be strong it needs to be able to contract but it also needs to be able to fully release. Imagine a wire spring, if it is not fully compressed, it can’t bounce back with power. This is the same with every muscle in your body. If your joints are not fully accessing every range the are designed to access, stretching and compressing then they can’t facilitate your dynamic muscle movements.
This is not about doing big exercises, and forcing anything. Actually, you will be so suprised to see how tiny movements can feel deeper and stronger in your muscles, than exercises you may have been doing for years.
This is where Get Into Your Body Level 1 is key to the foundation of your Relief Program