Turning Elbows

Without notice our arms lose their flexibility as we gradually lose very basic functions, even grooming our own body. But flexibility is not the only requirement;

People with hyper-mobility in the shoulder girdle need a stable and safe connection of their arms to their body, to prevent injuries and feel supported.

In this lesson we will focus on the rotation of the shoulder and arm within a larger body context, in sitting and lying positions, to regain easy mobility of the arms in relation to a responsive head and mobile torso.

Turning Elbows