Human movement is one of those concepts most of us take for granted. Much like breathing. Since we are internally wired to ‘naturally’ acquire the skill, we often don’t value the intricacies of it. Until we loose the ability to freely move or breathe, that is.
Our ability to move well as adults, is the end product of a long developmental path of motor learning we go through from infancy to childhood. This path is marked by reaching a series of ‘milestones’ during infancy, involving the systematic development of simple skills before combining these into increasingly more complex activities. Continue reading “Movement Integrity”