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Instability Training

The deep and superficial myofascial systems, coordinated by the nervous system, work synergistically to support the development of optimal core stabilization and movement patterns. The muscles of the deep myofascial system (DNS) are the deep-lying muscles that work to maintain our posture despite the downward compressive...

Here are some of the signs that core instability is the culprit in contributing to spinal discomfort, pain, or movement restriction. Do you notice any of these symptoms? *Note: Other causative factors may contribute to all of these symptoms. If in doubt, consider seeing your healthcare practitioner...

Why do we practice so predictable, relying on fixed postures, repetitions, surfaces and weights to attain perfection, when the most significant events in our lives typically occur unexpectedly and in an unpredictable manner? In AY, we strongly believe that dynamic training is paramount to improving our...

Optimal movement requires specific moments of body stability. Therefore, by conditioning the body to adapt to constant changes from our environment or complex tasks outside of our comfort zone, we can enhance our motor system and facilitate effective movement. In situations where things suddenly and unexpected,...