Techniques and Foundations of our Postural Training
Simplifying Dynamic Postural Stability Training
Here are the main founding principle to our Approach.
The all process will most likely feel for you like a interesting adventure through the exploration of your sensation.
But help you find a new balance in soft and effective way, you already guessed than a strong Technical Knowledge lead to this apparently very simple approach:
Understanding Spinal Movements
Dynamic postural stability training concentrates on the most crucial spinal movements for maintaining proper posture. The spine, consisting of cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and pelvic vertebrae, has movements that are continually being clarified by medical science.
Balancing on an Unstable Surface
To stabilize posture on an unstable balance ball, it is essential to synchronize our body's center of gravity with the ball's center. Dynamic postural stability is necessary to maintain balance by moving all body joints while breathing.
Analyzing Movement and Addressing Poor Posture
Our approach involves analyzing these movements, identifying the factors contributing to poor posture, and then working on the kinetic chain through suitable training, massage, and stretching for dynamic postural improvement.
Incorporating Sports Medicine and Diverse Movement Techniques
All exercises are structured from a sports medicine perspective, drawing inspiration from human movement analysis, top athletes' movements, yoga techniques, and animal movements to ensure a well-rounded and effective approach to posture improvement.
The Importance of Breathing in Posture Correction
Breathing has a significant impact on spinal stability. Unstable
breathing can cause various negative effects, particularly on the
cervical spine, hip joints, and shoulders.
Breathing, Posture, and Sleep
Proper breathing and posture play a crucial role in the quality of sleep. RSM offers kinetic chain training that focuses on both breathing and posture to improve overall wellbeing.
Effects of Unstable Movement and Breathing
If the sequence of movements and breathing is unstable, it can cause compensatory movements in the cervical spine, legs, and arms, leading to poor posture and pain due to myofascial trigger points and muscle tension.
Tailored Program for Dynamic Postural Stability and Breathing
By combining dynamic postural stability and breathing training, we analyze unstable or unusual movements and create a personalized program best suited to your needs. This comprehensive approach ensures effective posture improvement while addressing breathing-related issues.
Here are the different massage techniques and approach Hiro has in his professional toolbox.
Motion Analysis Clinical massage is a complementary therapy that aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or immobile. It is useful for releasing pain that affects the muscles, tendons and joints and can address a number of postural problems.
Deep Tissue Massage.
The Deep Tissue Massage offered by RSM is not simply a massage with deeper strokes or more pressure. Firm pressure and slow strokes are used to massage the deep layers of muscle and fascia. Trigger point therapy and Myofascial release are also used to reduce pain.
Trigger Point Therapy.
There are three types of trigger points: active, passive and satellite. Our trigger point therapy uses palpation techniques to precisely locate trigger points in the superficial and deep layers, and releases pain with massage strokes that focus on the direction of the muscle fibers.
Sports Massage Therapy.
Sports massage provided by RSM is aimed at improving performance and conditioning. The massage focuses on improving muscle flexibility, joint range of motion and pain relief. It is a combined massage of myofascial release, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization and stretching
We focus on the parts of the body that need rehabilitation and aim to restore their original function. We first understand the condition of muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia through palpation techniques, then make a comprehensive assessment of posture and movement to provide the best massage.
RSM's Swedish Massage focuses on myofascial release and improved lymphatic flow. The strokes focus on the direction of the muscle fibers, reducing muscle tension and pain, without strong aches and pains. Blood flow and joint mobility are improved, resulting in a more energetic and healthy body.