The goal is, to achieve a balance between lower and superficial muscles. Are these two systems out of balance, then often strain, pain and damage to the spine and joints occur. Chronic back ache, even damage to the spinal disc, arthritis and tendinitis may result. Often exact movement control and stabilization through the deeper muscle layers are lacking. With a differentiated analysis, we can identify and treat this imbalance. Movement control is optimized with specific exercises, whereby the deeper muscle layers are activated and false strain is counteracted. Good results are achieved with this method in case of pain in the often instable areas of lumbar and cervical spine and shoulder joints.