By Douglas C. Neckers, David H. Volman, Günther von Bünau
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The part located inside the peritoneum is dynamic. Owing to constant changes in volume, peristaltic movements, and relatively large changes in the spatial position of the upper abdominal zone, there is a highly movable foundation. In contrast, the retroperitoneal space is relatively stable. The shear force of the diaphragm has an influence in this region as well; during normal breathing, it moves the kidneys approximately 2 cm. This motion and the muscle activity of the psoas muscle are the dynamic components of the retroperitoneal space.
Therefore, it is worth either using techniques that affect such deep layers and thereby influence the exterior form as well or using techniques that treat the exterior form in such a way that it mobilizes the inner layers as well. Such a process will prove its value at the upper pole of the breathing mechanism, in the region of the scalene group. In this section of the body, multiple layers of connective tissue overlap. Here, we find extensive fascial layers covering the upper back and shoulder area, layers whose tension patterns mirror a person’s dominant emotional habits.
This basic equilibrium arises when their preferred postures have become obvious in their bodily form or structure. The therapist’s task is to position his or her hands such that the patient can lie on them and maintain their preferred position of the back and thoracic cavity. In a certain way, the therapist’s supporting hands reinforce the typical pattern of tension with the autonomic musculature of the patient’s back and thoracic cavity. Thus the therapist’s hands, forearms, and possibly upper arms form a “table” beneath the patient that allows the patient to rest in the position that appears “natural” to his or her.