Like many things in nature, our body has its own internal and external ecology. Along with the abundance of organisms and eco systems developed during our evolution, our movement patterns and habits naturally developed and evolved to enable us flourish as early human societies. Hunting, gathering, foraging, combat and building each put specific and different demands on our body. In the modern world, sitting at work, commuting and in the home has fast become a leading cause of postural adaptations and poor movement patterns. The Movement Ecology series is focused on highlighting the most common ancestral postures, beginning with sitting.
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