Anatomy in Motion

AIM is a tool used to assess your movement and what your joints are doing during certain points during the journey your body takes through the gait cycle. When one or more joints aren’t moving, all other joints in the body will be affected. When your body reduces movement to protect something, for example due to a previous injury, it exposes other areas which can become at risk.  Through a series of exercises, we will encourage your body to come out of these old patterns of movement that are not beneficial to us anymore, and we will explore the “dark zones” creating more choice for your body.lick here