The Magic of Movement

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magic of movement courseAn 8-hour training program with Charlene Sullivan

Discover how fascial moves can make an instant and lasting change for any movement problem. Like Tanya, a participant in our January course:

“4 hours of training and practice … instantly and easily improved my strength, at least half of my chronic pain and restrictions seem to have magically disappeared …”

Includes Course Notes & Exercise Booklet

 

Making Good Movement Choices – 3 Principles

We are always moving.

In organized sports and exercise, we are developing our bodies and specific skills on purpose, often near the upper limits of our fitness levels.

In our everyday activities, we are walking, climbing, bending, twisting and lifting as we work in our homes and jobs, and interact with family, friends and pets. Even when we are standing still, our bodies are moving – balancing around our centre to keep us upright.

Following just three basic principles helps us to move easily and avoid injuries.

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Tune Up the Fascia

Fascia performs many vital functions – connecting our biotensegrity structure, transferring force to enable movement, joining our systems, supporting our major organs and carrying nutrition and waste to and from our cells.

Recognizing the importance of fascia and including it in your exercise plans pays big dividends. Exercise your fascia and improve your movement. Use that improvement and keep exercising your fascia. Now the benefits are compounding. It’s a great investment in your long term mobility and health.

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Fascia – the Secret to Strength & Vitality

Our fascia is everywhere in our bodies and yet unknown by most people – unlike muscles, bones and joints. This multi-tasking tissue is essential for movement and essential for health. It’s full of specialized components that enable, integrate, communicate and protect. Really it’s the ultimate orchestrator of life in our bodies.

And yet, fascial anatomy has not made its way into the practice of most health and exercise professionals – likely because we’ve institutionalized 50 year old protocols. It’s been a mystery too long.

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