Why do we get stiffer and more motionless when we age? And what can we do about it? The obvious answer, of course, is to move at all. But what about our movement efficiency? For example, how many ways do we have to lift the arm? And did we discard certain movement patterns due to injuries? Or eliminated because of intensive training?

Movement efficiency is not only a question for athletes, but above all for people who want to age joyfully. The same applies to people who have lived with injuries and their consequences for a long time.

[frontpage_news widget=”12953″ name=”efficiency”]

Aging of your Fascial System

Getting older healthy Aging is the most lasting influence on our fascial system. On the one hand, the composition of our fascia tissue (connective tissue) changes so that our natural elasticity decreases. On the other hand, negative influences such as … Read More

Martial Arts – Handling of Injuries

No matter which form you practiced: Judo, Karate, Boxing, Wrestling, Hapkido, MMA or, or … You live in your body and use it for competition or martial arts. These are ideal conditions to benefit from Rolfing. Especially if you’re looking … Read More

× WhatsApp