Spatial Manipulation is the ability to warp, bend, flip, crush, and control space.
The ability only refers to one's ability to manipulate an area, not to defy its laws, so gravity, friction, and many other rules may still apply. Sometimes, the user cannot affect people or objects, but they fold space onto itself, making the object take 2 different places at once. Some users are limited to a specific location or type of space, others are only restricted to their imagination. They can trap subjects or objects in space and push that space, throwing subject and object away from them or to create wormholes, paradoxes, and other strange events by warping spatial areas and twisting them around.
Space consists of the normal 3 dimensions that matter and energy exist in and the 11th dimension that exists within the 3rd-dimensional space. The theory behind the spatial movement is to get away from the 3 dimensions, find their position in the 11th dimension, and then calculate the vectors to teleport, moving at a faster than light speed without occupying the space in between the two locations.