Mobility and core



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Mobility and Core

programme one: Re-Entry

This is the perfect course for anyone who feels the need to get ‘back into their body’, heal old injuries or stabilise the physical structure. This course is designed to help those who have lost mobility due to injury or age, stress or repetitive dysfunctional behaviours. If you suffer from sore a body or you need a kick start into regular practice this course will be of value.

Mobility and core – Re-entry is a 5-week online course. Live classes daily for 5 weeks. We have five mornings Mon – Fri 6:30 am live class (videos are recorded and stored for later access) and one community meeting per week.

The results will be.

*A stronger connection to core mechanics

*Exercises that decompress the spine

*Increased spinal mobility.

*Greater flexibility.

*Active techniques to destress.

*Better mental focus.

*A kickstart into a kickass personal practice.

This is a gentle course with building momentum. Our aim is to activate the parasympathetic nervous system whilst gently opening and strengthening the body. I hope to help you target referred pain and release stored physical trauma by generating a physical environment of safety. We will work through releasing trauma, opening mobility and then strengthening the integrity of the core. This is an advanced practice due to its subtle and profound nature, yet it is also suitable for beginners and those healing due to its simplicity of movement.

Participants will experience.

Meditation, mindfulness and breathing techniques.

Yoga asana and pilates informed movements.

Exploration of internal functions and mechanics

This was the perfect course for someone such as me who struggles with regular yoga classes and needs a slower introduction. The content presents a way to reconnect with your body and identify various areas you may not have checked in with for a while. I particularly enjoyed the restorative yin poses and I found that I enjoyed the online aspect as it completely takes away the self conscious element that I can feel in class. Josie Stanford

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