we all move, some just move better!
Movement is life, the more you move it, the less you lose it! Our bodies are designed to move in infinite directions, with fluidity and rhythm. Sadly many people stop playing and experimenting with movement in their early teens.
We restrict our ranges of motion by subscribing to everyday patterns governed by our occupations and routines, which leads to compression and loss of mobility.
What if you could move freer, with more mobility, enhanced stability and more proficiency?
Our client’s movement potential is fussed over, with every effort taken to manipulate restrictions, unlock their potential, get them moving freer and stronger through movement, without the pain!
5 key areas for effective movement:
Our programming style follows some basic principles for preparation, with 3 key areas completed prior to intentional loading with body weight or externally loaded movements. Finishing off the session with regeneration, light movement and compression to assist in waste product break down and then the all important fuelling post workout.
Releasing tension in your body is a daily requirement, simple compression and traction techniques can alleviate tension in places where tightness is isolated, yet not the cause of the isolated pain.
myofascial compression - triggerpoint therapy - fascial freeing - 8 potential key areas for isolated tension release
Activating postural muscles, specifically starting with the core has incredible benefits for injury prevention and enhancing integrated training techniques. Helping you work smarter and more efficiently.
guided activation exercises to target muscles, that may be inactive helping to integrate movement patterns.
Mobilising your body through gliding and slow dynamic movement patterns, help to release tension in small to large movement increasing range of motion and enhances functionality, for training performance. This is essential for releasing tension and unlocking your best performance.
specific movement patterns to lengthen key lines of the body causing tension, increasing compression and inhibiting movement.
The body adapts quickly with simplicity; level changes, rotation, adding a foreign grip or anchor creates variation in your movement. It keeps the body constantly guessing and up up-regulates feedback to your brain. This enhances your training repertoire and excites new stimulus, infinite movement potential and reduces the risk of injury.
controlled body weight loaded movement, before externally loaded movement - simple before complex - low risk before high risk - stable before unstable.
[Regeneration] is the process of cellular renewal from trauma, stress or loading. In order to achieve gains, we create micro-trauma in the muscles and connective tissue. The body will naturally repair and rebuild soft and hard tissue, this happens more effectively with correct nutrition, hydration and proven regenerative processes. It helps to release waste products, reducing inflammation, and assisting blood vessel formation in skeletal muscle and connective tissue.
providing the body with appropriate fuelling, hydration and environment to repair naturally without compromising recovery - allowing enough time between training sessions to encourage growth and development.
can you move pain free?
If you could function in everyday life without restrictions from pain and avoiding movement, imagine what would change? We pride ourselves in your performance at training, doing the 'right' processes by your body and dedicating recovery time to avoid injury.
For many of us, lifestyle movements are inhibited by inflammation, injury and restrictions that are avoidable! Monotonous patterns can be reduced by effective movement and considering the load on your body. In conjunction with consistant training, releasing movements and controlling lifestyle influences (good fuel and reduced alcohol consumption).
NOT AN ATHLETE? YOUR BODY DESERVES TO BE TREATED LIKE YOU'RE ONE!
We specialise in unlocking human movement for lifestyle and performance this is true, however the principles and philosophies of human movements, exercise science and performance still apply to you!