The aim of the sequence is to challenge participants using a broader diversity of movement in a dynamic manner. Yet still significantly involving the qualities and training aims of this technique to ensure that the participant can be confident to develop their skills, strength, multidimensional movements within their own parameters. Combined with various props
with richly varied energetic rhythmical sequences of previously known and new movements yet still with the emphasis on maintaining the training aims and qualities. Combined with various props.
Last updated Nov. 21, 2021, 7:44 p.m. UTC
Freedom in Movement
Freedom in Motion (slings) is a mix of established and contemporary Pilates exercise, combined with a new style of movement which works with the body`s fascial system.
The aim of the class is to incorporate contemporary Pilates movements offering strength and mobility with a new technique that works on how you move, stand, feel and think using the body`s myofascial system.
As a long-term devotee and teacher (since 2002) I have very much enjoyed the rewards of teaching a wide range of age groups, abilities, and needs. I feel that Pilates is a great movement baseline for all. But, whilst many of my clients attain their individual goals. I have come to appreciate that it is not a quick fix and- as with all exercise programs-it has its limits.
Over the last few years, I have done a great deal of research and developed my skill base, so I can offer my clients a more comprehensive training method. During the course of this research, I become Interested in the myofascial system and how the efficiency and harmony of this system is very significant for maintaining healthy movement and alignment
The fascial system is one of the largest and most complex systems in the body, only recently attracting the attention of scientists and clinicians. Running like a web of connective tissue around muscles, and ligaments in pathways “slings” throughout the body. Slings overlap and interconnect with other slings to produce stability and mobility. When balanced they provide optimal alignment, stability, and flow. In contrast, the imbalance can create misalignment, adhesions, stiffness, pain, and potentially loss of stability.
This new practice will enable clients not only to strengthen muscles and increase mobility but will rectify the body-wide communication system improving postural alignment, stability, agility, resilience, coordination. It will help to promote a greater sense of well-being and movement ease, alleviating pain tension and helping to reduce the occurrence of injury. All the more reason to find a mat and book today.