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Body movement analysis

How and why the human body moves in a certain way

  1. Movement:   locomotor system

Joints, ligaments, muscles and myofascial tissue. Nervous system.

Main characteristics of each: differences and "specialties".

Anatomical planes and axes of the body and movement.

The movements are the overall product of the joint action of different muscle chains, on different planes to form complex patterns.

Interaction between those who perform the movement, the objects used and the environment.


     2. Balance:  propriocezione

That is the search for stability. An important principle of balance is the alignment of the center of gravity of the body with respect to the support base. Having good balance is important for most movements and for many bodily activities.

From feet to head / gaze. The guiding gaze! The look that anchors.


The search for adaptation between increasing flexibility (movement) and maintaining stability (balance).


      3 . Breathing

Exhale / inhale; sighs. Apnea

The mechanism of respiration (outline)

Coordination of breath and movement

How breathing can accompany movement and search for balance.

Methodology used
Movement alternation / anatomical insights related to the movement experienced.
Experiment with some aspects of movement with your body, through free movement to feel the possibilities of movement.
Learn about some aspects of anatomy and biomechanics through simplified anatomical tables and drawings for coloring.
Experiment with the body first, then theorize.

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