Structural posture describes the configuration of muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones that hold the body together.
Stretch and hold is the main way of altering your resting body structure and improving functionality.
Our posture, or the way we hold our body, is fundamental to how well we function as human beings.
Breathing is the key to managing your nervous system and understanding how to do relaxation exercises.
Our day to day life includes a constant balancing act between different emotions that spring up in response to events around us.
Humans in societies exercise emotions by watching or participating in cultural events.
Emotional energy is sometimes stored in the body, which can cause problems unless processed and released.
Pent up emotional energy can be released by processing it in some way and channelling it into a useful pursuit.
Emotions can be divided into coherent and incoherent. Coherent emotions tend to have more distinct features and contribute positively to experience.