Categories Of Movement Based Treatment

Publié par hamza lion samedi 26 mars 2016

By Mary Howard


Certain routines ought to be introduced into our way of life in order to increase or physical, psychical and divine strength. There are various categories of movement based treatment techniques that can help us achieve high vigor and liveliness. Integrating these activities into our day to day lives will play an important role in maintaining our overall wellbeing.

Eastern therapies are the most renowned movement based therapy. Their origin can be traced to South East Asia. They include yoga, qigong and tai chi. Initially, they were used for spiritual meditation and as a self defense mechanism but have gradually developed into physical therapies. Taoist monks are known for advancing certain breathing and body motion rehearses in order to enhance mental acuity. Today, they are mostly known for their ability to elongate life and improve health and immunity. They have even been incorporated into fitness programs.

Rolfing movement is a therapy that utilizes a rare combination of somatic touch and verbal communication to help develop consciousness of a persons vertical position and typical movement routines. It aims at increasing liveliness, flexibility, balance and harmony with gravity. They are also useful for those with brain injuries, the disabled and autistic children.

Authentic motion is based upon dance and complex psychology. Popularly known as AM, it has no gesture tutoring. All that is needed is the mover and a spectator. The doer waits and heeds to impulses directing him or her about what needs to be done. The impulses may be visible or invisible to the actor but he or she has to move with the impulsive movements that arise. Body motions could be in rejoinder to an emotion, thought, pain or any other feeling. The presence of a spectator is meant to give the doer an opportunity to speak with someone about the experience.

Gabrielle Roth and Anna Halprin therapies use vibrant practices, which give emphasis to personal progress, cognizance, countenance and sociability. This helps in enhancing muscle synchronization, joint forte, sporting performance and the deterrence of injuries. Due to the fact that this therapy is vigorous in nature, it helps ease emotional tension and anxiety. It also increases blood stream to body organs.

Aston Patterning therapy is concerned with how one can increase the ease with which daily activities are conducted. Its foundation lies in the maintenance of body fitness through warm ups, aerobic exercises and stretching. Through such activities, muscle coordination is increased. Cardiac health also improves.

The Rosen therapy encompasses modest fun drills done as music plays in the background. This is always done in a group situation. The body gets reinvigorated through activities such as dancing. This helps increase body balance and also increase blood supply to essential organs because it stimulates unproblematic breathing. The most common type of Rosen therapy is Zumba, which has gained global attention.

The nervous system has a huge effect on the body. It controls muscular movements. Ideokenesis therapy is concerned with energizing the nervous system for optimal body motions. It uses mental pictures to make the nervous system stimulate the correct type of muscles for a body action. Actions can therefore be understood from a mental point of view.




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Categories Of Movement Based Treatment

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By Mary Howard


Certain routines ought to be introduced into our way of life in order to increase or physical, psychical and divine strength. There are various categories of movement based treatment techniques that can help us achieve high vigor and liveliness. Integrating these activities into our day to day lives will play an important role in maintaining our overall wellbeing.

Eastern therapies are the most renowned movement based therapy. Their origin can be traced to South East Asia. They include yoga, qigong and tai chi. Initially, they were used for spiritual meditation and as a self defense mechanism but have gradually developed into physical therapies. Taoist monks are known for advancing certain breathing and body motion rehearses in order to enhance mental acuity. Today, they are mostly known for their ability to elongate life and improve health and immunity. They have even been incorporated into fitness programs.

Rolfing movement is a therapy that utilizes a rare combination of somatic touch and verbal communication to help develop consciousness of a persons vertical position and typical movement routines. It aims at increasing liveliness, flexibility, balance and harmony with gravity. They are also useful for those with brain injuries, the disabled and autistic children.

Authentic motion is based upon dance and complex psychology. Popularly known as AM, it has no gesture tutoring. All that is needed is the mover and a spectator. The doer waits and heeds to impulses directing him or her about what needs to be done. The impulses may be visible or invisible to the actor but he or she has to move with the impulsive movements that arise. Body motions could be in rejoinder to an emotion, thought, pain or any other feeling. The presence of a spectator is meant to give the doer an opportunity to speak with someone about the experience.

Gabrielle Roth and Anna Halprin therapies use vibrant practices, which give emphasis to personal progress, cognizance, countenance and sociability. This helps in enhancing muscle synchronization, joint forte, sporting performance and the deterrence of injuries. Due to the fact that this therapy is vigorous in nature, it helps ease emotional tension and anxiety. It also increases blood stream to body organs.

Aston Patterning therapy is concerned with how one can increase the ease with which daily activities are conducted. Its foundation lies in the maintenance of body fitness through warm ups, aerobic exercises and stretching. Through such activities, muscle coordination is increased. Cardiac health also improves.

The Rosen therapy encompasses modest fun drills done as music plays in the background. This is always done in a group situation. The body gets reinvigorated through activities such as dancing. This helps increase body balance and also increase blood supply to essential organs because it stimulates unproblematic breathing. The most common type of Rosen therapy is Zumba, which has gained global attention.

The nervous system has a huge effect on the body. It controls muscular movements. Ideokenesis therapy is concerned with energizing the nervous system for optimal body motions. It uses mental pictures to make the nervous system stimulate the correct type of muscles for a body action. Actions can therefore be understood from a mental point of view.




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