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Base-Line Healing Technique

This website provides anatomical information and my experiences of healing, a guide to how to learn to use your body better.

I am not telling you what to do, read this website and make up your own mind what is the best route of recovery for you.

1. Introduction & Summary of Base-Line Healing.

2. Base-Line muscles.

3. Breathing technique.

4. Base-Line to legs.

5. Base-Line to upper body.

6. The roll-down.

7. The key to healing.

8. Conscious proprioception - technique tips.

Outline of a human figure seen from the front. Showing the Base-Line muscles, the body's core pillar of strength, extending from pelvis to ribcage. Think of the pelvic floor as the Base of the body, like a basket of muscles at the base of the torso. The rectus abdominis muscles are like two ribbons of powerful muscle tissue extending up the front of the abdomen extending from pubic symphysis of the pelvis and attaching to the lower ribs almost to the level of the nipples. The rectus abodminis are the body's central line, they should be strong and flexible, bending and rotating through a full range of natural movement supporting movement of the rest of the body. The rectus abdominis are made up of sections of muscles, like two stacks of muscle panels side by side that need to be activated in sequence from bottom to top. Engage and elongate these muscles with every in breath to start to feel your state of body alignment and develop your sense conscious proprioception. Feel your baseline, feel how to heal.

Healing starts by working from Base-Line.

Want to feel better?

Then work on using your body correctly!

All you need to know is here on i.e. the 5 main muscles of movement and how to work with them. Keep thinking about how you use your main muscles of movement and your body's positioning (your posture and state of balance and alignment in relation to your Base-Line) to build the connection between body and mind so you can feel how to heal yourself.

Treat your fibromyalgia symptoms naturally. Improve your posture and work towards body balance and alignment. Release the pain. Feel better.

Time and effort required.

How long to heal?

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Optimising the use of your muscles = Better health.

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