Turning the Legs
Before and after animation from a single session showing very good improvement in the long-term process of reorienting the feet and lower legs toward a more parallel position. One of the challenges to do this is that it is done in a way the more parallel presentation does not create a new strain pattern. My client’s right leg and foot have been injured in the past so right lower leg has a different profile than his left and despite this his right leg is able to make more progress to the parallel in this session. This shift goes up his body creating a more horizontal pelvis and the left side of his body moves upward from his hip crest to shoulder girdle showing more integration, his head sits better on his shoulder girdle and his posterior neck lengthens.