Whether or not our hip joints function naturally or unnaturally matters much more than we know.
This is because of the important role our hips play in the everyday life of our body:
— serving as a primary weight-bearing joint;
— connecting the legs to the torso by way of the pelvis;
Read on to learn how to align your pillars of support.
Many young children make perfect role models of natural alignment because their bodies haven't yet taken on the poor postural habits of our modern culture.
As a result, babies who develop throughout infancy with a minimum of interference with naturally unfolding neurodevelopmental movements figure out, on their own, how to inhabit their bodies according to Nature's rules.
The alignment of your feet is more important than you probably ever imagined!
As with any other architectural structure, let's start with the foundation and build upward.
The misaligned foot on the left illustrates the phrase, "caught flat-footed"—ill-prepared and not up to the job.
Our feet' purpose is to be the platform that supports us and our entire body. When all 26 bones in each foot are in their correct...