MÜV JOINTS

Optimal joint function comes from daily movement to maintain a solid connection within the neuromuscular system.

We wanted to find a way to provide basic tools to give our students control of their bodies, so we began to introduce the Self-Reinforced Isometric techniques to improve joint function and stability. We choreographed a short movement pattern based on a Chinese form of energy balancing called QiGONG. There are 5 sequences that involve the Active Range of Motion (AROM) tests we perform with our private students. Naturally, we had to call this mix of AROM and QiGONG QiROM™. We now encourage all of our students to use this Daily Movement Pattern™ as a gentle practice to check-in on their own bodies and to maintain healthy joints.