Body Balancing Alignment
Improved Performance & Decreased Risk of Injury
A flexible joint has the ability to move through a greater range of motion and requires less energy than an inflexible joint, decreasing risk of injury.
Reduced Soreness & Improved Posture
Many soft-tissue structures adapt poorly to effects of gravity or posture. Stretching helps realign soft tissue structures, reducing the effort it takes to achieve and maintain good posture in daily living.
Reduce Low Back Pain
Flexibility in the muscles attaching to the pelvis reduces stress to the low back. Stretching causes muscular relaxation, encouraging healthy nutrition to muscles; and reduction in toxins, reducing muscle tightening and fatigue.
Increased Blood & Nutrients to Tissues
Flexibility increases blood supply and nutrients to joints, increasing circulation and allowing greater elasticity of surrounding tissues, increases synovial fluid, promoting transport of nutrients ,allowing a greater range of motion and reducing degeneration.
Improved Muscle Coordination
Another benefit of flexibility is increased neuromuscular coordination from improved neural function.