The spine is an incredible structure, with both great stability but also tremendous mobility in all three cardinal planes.
Good posture is defined as a balanced posture that is symmetrical and does not place excessive stress on the tissues of the body.
The lumbosacral spine should have a healthy anterior pelvic tilt and lumbar lordosis. If they are excessive, the client has lower crossed syndrome.
It is extremely important to be able to locate and palpate the laminar groove of the cervical spine because the thickest musculature is located there.
Two opposing muscle groups, the “facilitated” muscles that are locked short and the “inhibited” muscles that are locked long.