- Oct 10, 2018
Dev-Mo Project. Prone Position
The prone or ventrigrade posture is the most basic and ancient posture, corresponding to the aquatic and amphibian stages of evolution.
- Oct 3, 2018
Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Lowering the Leg with Toe Creep
The following exercise helps to release the hips by keeping the knee direction while lowering the leg into extension, which inhibits the tig
- Aug 29, 2018
Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Lowering and Raising the Leg
The whole point of these exercises is to bring about this release -- particularly in the inner thighs and in the flexors across the front of
- Aug 20, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Flipper Movement of the Arms
Flipper Movement of the Arms Another interesting way of advancing the arms on the ground is to use the hands and fingers as flippers. If...
- Aug 14, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Moving Your Arms on the Ground
We continue our exploration of the semi-supine position. The following is a sequence of arm movements, to be performed experimentally and...
- Jul 26, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Moving Limbs
It is difficult to believe that making such simple movements can bring about substantial improvements in bodily coordination, or release mus
- Jul 24, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position
We continue our series of posts exploring the semi-supine position. Here, we begin to experiment with simple movements. Developmentally...
- Jul 5, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. The Primary Directions
There are, however, four main directions that relate specifically to the PNR system. Because these directions are so central to the working
- Jun 25, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Part 2
It is important to remember that lying down in semi-supine is not a relaxation exercise -- that is, it is not meant to bring about a complet
- May 24, 2018
The Dev-Mo Project. Semi-Supine Position. Part 1
Developmentally speaking, the semi-supine position is fundamental because it is from this position that we learn all our other movements. It