Centre for Spatial Medicine

24 June 2018

A moving experience

Category: Workshops

  • Workshop Overview:

    How to move with optimum efficiency.

    How to move and be with minimal output and maximum results.

    These are perhaps an ideal that we are all looking for.

    Working with the awareness of the sequencing of the bones, bone rhythm, allows for this ideal to become a reality; it facilitates the movement you are striving towards to be achieved.

    The sequencing of bones in rhythm allows for space to be maintained in the joints as we move, which acts like stabilised space; this facilitates greater mobility and the ease of movement.

    Bones are not touching one another, they merely float in fascial tissue that both connects them together and separates them apart.

    Becoming aware and maintaining the connecting spaces between the bones increases your potential for range of motion; it facilitates an organized flow of movement promoting the distribution of force throughout the body, minimizing strain and therefore injuries.

    Come and find more space in your body and move more spaciously and fluidly.

    Come and allow your range of motion to expand as you allow the positions and poses to mold you.

    Cancellation: No Refund after 8 weeks before workshop 23 April 2018

  • 24 June 2018

    9:00 – 16:00

    Please see the previous workshop, The Lightest Weight for the Greatest Strength

  • Karin Locher

    For over 17 years Karin Locher has been building on her quest to understand and explore the phenomena of the ‘vital force’ (and lack of) that determines both our health and performance. With the new insights coming from the recovering research of Fascia and with Thomas Myers' revolutionary Anatomy Trains she created a pioneering new application for Spatial Medicine: 'Changing movement, mind and structural-relationships to change the person.'

    Karin’s long standing fascination with the vital force, or lack of, is changing people and changing lives - a methodology that influences to re-store and re-set the neuro-myo-fascial system, thus enabling the body to do what it does best, keep us well. The result is Spatial Medicine. A medicine she believes is far more appropriate for the 21st century symptoms and syndromes that we are seeing.


  • Gulf Coast Pilates, 3055 Woodland Hills Drive, Kingwood Texas 77339, USA


    Local Contact:  Jill Gilbert

    T: 281 660 8639


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