Just another question,
Teresa talks alot about duck feet, but she never seems to discuss the issues with pigeon toed people like myself.
I have no problem avoiding duck feet as my feet turn inward instead.
I have had knee problems all my life. I know my legs are all out of alignment even before Ttapp, but didn't have any idea how to fix that.
I have flat feet and everything in general just rolls inward. Not severely, but enough.
So, when doing KLT for example, are the legs supposed to be literally pulled sideways with the leg muscles ? or are they pulled sideways and forward since your in the bent knee ?
I didn't realize this until doing PBS and while straightening one knee my knee literally follows a rotation where it is KLT then to go straight it goes inward first and then out to straighten. Just wondering if she has ever discussed how people like us in particular should pay attention to KLT and make it work for us, etc ?
I know it can help these conditions, so just want to know if there is a video, a dvd, article, post that discusses this issue and how best to monitor it.?
Also, if I am right in pulling my legs sideways out in klt ?
I feel all disjointed sometimes in the KLT position, like my bones are going in and out of joint to keep a stance.
Anyone have any thoughts to share ?