Every child develops their own posture and movement patterns, but not every movement pattern is good for the body.
While a child or teenager is growing, these patterns become habits which can sometimes lead to physical complaints. 

Individual treatment

It is important that a teenager is stimulated to improve and optimize their patterns of movement. This can be done in a spontaneous way. It is best to closely observe the daily activities of a teenager, so as to imitate the situation that actually causes the problems. Reenactment of daily activities makes the transfer from entrenched habits to new patterns iseasier for them to make, and through regular repetition they put into daily practice what they have learned. 

Moving should be fun and challenging foremost.


Most problems are related to posture. Inefficient postural and movement habits are often cause disturbances after, for example,  a growth spurt. In some cases there is an underlying disorder. 

  • Joint problems
  • Back problems 
  • Scoliosis
  • Scheuermann disease
  • Growth problems 
  • Hyper laxity of the joints
  • Headaches
  • Respiratory problems 

Get in touch with us today for an intake session!