A 21st Century Approach:

Instead of simply diving into building muscle or losing weight, we take a step back first and help educate our clients on how your body has evolved to work, fundamentally, in a particular way. This helps educate our clients on how and why many of today’s aches, pains and movement difficulties occur.


Our forward-thinking method involves conducting a full assessment of your postural alignment and of your sensory receptors; not only scrutinizing posture alone but by also delving into your nervous system and the imbalances within your receptors, we can explore the intricate relationship between movement and sensory input. 


Armed with this comprehensive assessment, we then craft a tailored programme that takes into account your unique physiological needs, having identified any physical imbalances as well as listened to your personal goals.

Why is an assessment important?

Training without undergoing our assessment process is akin to embarking on a journey without a map or compass. An El Habitus assessment serves as a crucial foundation for not only effective training but for your whole life. It unveils valuable insights not just about your physical imbalances, strengths, and limitations, but also about the working of your nervous system and breathing.

Our assessment process uncovers imbalances, identifies weaknesses and allows for personalized interventions to optimize performance, mental wellbeing and promote long-term health. By understanding your body’s unique alignment and physiological state, we can develop a well-rounded and tailored training approach that sets you up for success in achieving your fitness and life goals.

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Consider this: a weightlifter with poor shoulder stability on one side will unknowingly exacerbate asymmetries in muscle size and strength and increase their risk of injury. 

Similarly, a runner with foot imbalances will push off unevenly and differently with each foot, affecting their performance and increase the likelihood of overuse injuries. 

Without a posture assessment, these issues remain hidden, leading to muscular compensations, inefficient movement and constant setbacks.

Our posture assessment reveals also how our body’s interconnected systems function together, highlighting areas of compensation and weakness. For instance, an office worker who spends hours hunched over a desk may exhibit rounded shoulders, tight hip flexors, and a weakened core. By identifying these imbalances, tailored exercises and routines can be prescribed to correct and strengthen the compromised areas, improving overall posture and reducing the risk of chronic pain or injuries.