…Lack of tone in the rhomboids also allows the scapulae to wander too far from the vertebral column; the bones are no longer flat—they “wing” out.
The practitioner in Structural Integration accomplishes this by manually restraining the muscle, bringing it toward its “normal” position and then demanding specific directional movement of the part. Suddenly, the restricted joint moves; it moves more normally. The constituent myofascia is permanently in a new position, nearer that demanded by pattern.”
From Ida P. Rolf