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Physiological Chains

Physiological Chains

Physiological Chains represent :

anatomical circuits that manage stability, dynamics and compensations. .

There are two types of Chains :

Dynamic chains : muscle
1 – Flexor muscle chains
2 – Extensor muscle chains
3 – Open crossed muscle chains
4 – Closed crossed muscle chains

Stability chains : connective
5 – Muscular skeleton stability chain
6 – Neurovascular stability chain
7 – Visceral stability chain


The Chains method involves  :

• an examination based on the knowledge of the chains
• an analysis based on the understanding of the chains
• a practice based on releasing the chains
• well being based on the chains’ dynamics


The Chains treatment respects :

The physiology of all ages, from baby to adult and from sports people to older people.


The Chains training provides :

• A complete training course of 8 3-day seminars balancing theory and practical

• A practical training course to improve your expertise from the first seminar

• A quality training course, recognised by several universities in Europe and America

Reference training : 8 books about physiological Chains and practical exercise books

Team training : over 40 teachers of several nationalities recognised for their skill




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