Base-Line Healing

Learn to use your body better.

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Connect with your Base-Line. The Key to Better Health.

Base-Line healing is all about learning to use the right muscles for a good posture, regaining a full range of natural movement and working towards a body that is balanced and aligned. Releasing the pain and tension that is the source so much suffering for so many.

Everything starts from finding your Base-Line.

Base-Line muscles

Working from Base-Line has changed my life. Learning to use my body correctly, releasing the pain and regaining my movement. Feeling how to heal from Base-Line out. I feel better than I ever have before.

my pain story

human figure seen from the front, looking up the body with the baseline muscles shown.  The base pelvic floor muscles, a basket of muscles within the bones of the pelvis that provide the solid foundation for the body. The rectus abdominis muscles extend from the pubic symphyis of the pelvis, up the front of the abdomen to the ribcage. The rectus abdominis muscles are like to 2 parallel stacks of panels of muscle, blocks side by side, from base to midchest either side of the linea alba the body's baseline for alignment and balance. These muscles are the body's core pillar of strength, learning to use them provides the connector between body and mind so we can feel how to heal ourselves, releasing the pain and recovering our physical health.

Time and effort required. Things only you can provide.

Look at the pictures, find the 5 main muscles of movement on your body. Keep thinking about how you use them to build the connection between body and mind.

5 main muscles of movement

summary of Base-Line healing

Please note this site is a work in progress and some pages are under construction but the anatomy - all you need - is all here.

5 main muscles of movement

mind-body connection.

imbalance pain & tension

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