The methodology has applications to all human movement. Many people use it as a performance enhancement to their fitness programs. The pulsating, elongating movements aid in recovery from other fitness activities, enhance the experience of other activities, and tend to prevent sore muscles and strains. Professional dancers and elite athletes benefit profoundly from the work, preventing and recovering from injury, expanding their movement and dynamic range, and connecting the dots, so to speak, in the relation of the body to the space within which it moves.
There are also therapeutic applications of the work. People discover that a regular practice mends and prevents back pain, aids in recovery from accidents, illness, and surgeries, addresses scoliosis and other structural issues in a very supportive manner, helps make the aging process more pleasant, and generally makes life and movement more enjoyable.