Regain Your Flexible Spine
January 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:15 pm| $44
Movement requires an ‘even’ give and take between opposing muscles, the agonists and antagonists. When one set of muscles stays tight, then fluid, easy movement disappears.
The efficient functional movement of the spine requires ‘even’ muscular tonus between the flexor and extensor muscles of the torso and an ‘even’ distribution of effort throughout the action.
You will discover, when you distribute the effort through your whole system, you have much more flexibility than you thought.
We start sitting in chairs introducing you to the process of ’sensing’ while you move. You will discover, when you distribute the effort through your whole system, you have much more movement ability than you thought. There will be partner collaboration to help illustrate concepts. After break we lie on the floor to get fully supported so old posture patterns can let go. The process is one of using movement suggestions (looks like exercise but IS NOT) to help you discover new variations that work better for you!!