Halliwick is a motor relearning program in the water. Therefore it is based on the principles of motor learning (such as dynamic systems model) and has two parts: The program of the ten points and Water Specific Therapy. This second part is specially used to stabilize the trunk and has similarities with other methods, such as Pilates. In water, the trunk should be used in the "game balance"; It is why Halliwick is also an induced movement therapy restriction. The improvement in the stability of the trunk can be used in exercises to prevent falls, as in a steeplechase or Clinical Ai Chi.Balance strategies are addressed in Halliwick through motor intention and facilitation reactive movements. Halliwick is a concept which is constantly asks patients solve their balance problems in situations of trial and error.Halliwick has gained a recognized within neurology and pediatrics position as well as in rheumatology and orthopedics, which is frequently used.