by Kathy Corey
Muscle imbalances need to be addressed asymmetrically in order to create balance and symmetry. Everything, from the way individuals stand, lift and carry, affects this asymmetry. The Art of Asymmetrical Exercise teaches assessment of hypermobility and rigidity, and how to correct problems involving asymmetry, from scoliosis to sports-related imbalances.
By Kathy Corey
Kathy Corey is the owner and director of West Coast Pilates. She has been a Pilates teacher and an active member and leader in the Pilates community for almost 30 years. Kathy serves on the advisory b...