Slow, gentle, conscious movement without force.
Stimulating and strengthening the core with balance and proprioception.
Functional, intregrated movement (enhanceing the natural movement patterns of the body)
Working the full kinetic chain:
Slower movement for comfort and results
Focusing on women's bodies and changes that occur with aging:
Slower muscle responses and recovery, joint and muscle stiffness and weakness, core imbalances (pelvic floor issues) inflammation, itises, hormonal changes, bone loss.
Due to a genetic predisposition, it became necessary for me to have double hip replacement surgery (2013). My level of conditioning, according to my doctors, supported an exemplary outcome. I was back teaching in 6 weeks.
Now, I have an even greater understanding of my 'special population' of clients. My philosophy of movement provides safe and effective conditioning pre and post surgery rehabilitation.