4 Simple Tricks to Improve Balance Immediately

4 Simple Tricks to Improve Balance Immediately

Balance is an integrated sensory experience that is needed for all dynamic movement such as walking, running or climbing stairs. Join Naboso founder Dr. Emily as she takes you through 4 simple but powerful tricks to improve balance, aka “Balance Hacks”. And make sure to watch the video below for a great visual on how to do these effectively!

1st – Eyes

Focus the eyes on one spot to integrate the visual system 

2nd – Touch 

Stimulate the skin on the fingers by lightly touching a wall or chair. Or by putting the hands on your hips, or even holding a Neur Ball! 

The skin on our hands is like the skin of our feet, packed with sensory nerves that are used to control posture and balance. 

3rd – Tension

Make a fist, open the fingers wide, engage the core. All of these are ways to isometrically contract your muscles thereby creating fascial tension. Fascial stimulation is a great hack for balance as our fascial web has over 100 million sensory nerves. 

4th – Breathe. 

Never, ever hold your breath when flowing through balance exercises or dynamic movement. The integration between the diaphragm and pelvic floor is a critical part of how we control our center of gravity. Want to learn even. more about balance and sensory stimulation?



Dr Emily Splichal, Functional Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, is the Founder of EBFA Global, Author of Barefoot Strong and CEO/Founder of Naboso Technology. With over 22 years in the fitness industry, Dr Splichal has dedicated her medical career towards studying postural alignment and human movement as it relates to barefoot science, foot to core integration and sensory integration.



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