The movement is fundamental, universal. It is inherently part of our body and mind.
We move every day, most of the time unconsciously. Then come more difficult times, when you feel like you are losing your balance, losing your mobility. What we took for granted is quickly gone and we finally realize the elements that govern the movement. For there to be movement, there must be space and different levers. How is this displacement? Fluid? Control? Aware? Rather difficult or incomplete? In osteopathy, we believe that when the movements of the different systems of the body (articular, visceral, fascial, lymphatic, vascular and nervous) are restricted, pathology can set in. We need to restore this mobility, in order to regain balance.
Through Pilates and osteopathy, I encourage my clients to move better in space, to develop better proprioception, to feel what is happening outside and inside, to expand and, thus, to stimulate all the life processes in action, when the body is in motion.