Being hypermobile usually puts you in one of two camps:

  1. you are incredibly bendy, excel at yoga and other stretchy things, and hardly ever feel the pull of a stretch everyone else complains about

OR

  1. your body is super tight (and often painful) in some places because it’s trying to create the stability your joints lack

I was a #1 for the longest time – and in the most amount of pain when I was at my most flexible.

Hypermobility is a complex topic, with lots of evolving terminology, multiple related medical diagnoses, and new published research.

And if you find that stretching isn’t relieving your pain, understanding hypermobility may be the key to moving better and feeling better.

So if you think you might be hypermobile (or work with clients who are), then today’s episode is for you!

A little bit every day is enough to maintain your body so you can forget about soreness, tension and pain. Movement Mavens is the only program of it’s kind that not only teaches you how to maintain your body and move well, but also helps you craft your personalized plan so you can build sustainable strength, consistently. Learn more now at www.aewellness.com/mavens

 What you’ll lean from this episode:

  • What it means to be hypermobile
  • Different types of hypermobility on the spectrum
  • Why adding strength training is the key to better joint stability (and less pain), especially if you’re living in a bendy body

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