Bettina C. Debrunner


The goal is to protect the joints by sensible movement. The coordination is optimized and reinforced is the attitude in everyday life and sport.

This lastingly relieves pain and improves general well-being.

How does a joint work?

Certainly, it moves in three dimensions.

Primitive people move and use their bodies in the three dimensions in a natural way, not so city people with their little varied daily lives.

Susanne Piret and Marie Magdalena Béziers, further Yolande Deswarte have explored this track. Then MD Christian Larsen followed them.

Today, the transformation of coordination in three dimensions is called Spiraldynamik®. What is the basic principle for the big toe, is as well the principle for the first vertebra. Spiraldynamik® helps to use perception of one's body and it's innerspace in the three dimensions.