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It's considered Kinesiology a group of subjects, applications, studies and teachings related to the Science of Human Movements founded upon physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, proprioception and motor ability.

Chinesiologia e PosturologiaVery useful for the Naturopath, Kinesiology and Posturology Course is designate to give and to develop the Kinesiology knowledge, of his applications on Movement and Posture.

The erect position and the ability to move us is a fact that we take for granted, since not only we are able to defeat the gravity but we can also move with agility and quickness.
The straight angle of articulations (shoulders, pelvis, knees and ankles) gives its own power and solidity to the body any position is assumed, in any movement.
The bilateral functions of the right and left part of the human body are conceived for equal purpose (bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments are identical in both the parts).
If we look at the anatomical scheme of human body beginning from the base (the feet) and we climb up the head (the control centre) it will seem impossible to be erect and to be able to move us like we do it, but, thanks to the straight angle of articulations, to the "S" curve of the vertebral column (what distributes the weight uniformly from the head to the pelvis) and to the bilateral functions, we are able to walk, to race, to jump, to turn us, to twist us and to bend us, to lift arms and legs.
We do this, not only naturally, but we can become stronger, more agile and even faster.


In half of IV century B.C. in Greece, Hippocrates (the "father of medicine"), and the ancient Egyptians before him, studied the anatomy. Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) is considered as the "father of the Kinesiology", because he was the first scientist to describe and analyze the muscle actions. Galen (131-201 B. C.) owes his fame instead to the notion t of "muscular contractions" and to the terminology "Agonist muscle " and "Antagonist muscle".