"The Neurofascia Bridge connects science, art, psychology and spirituality. It is real holistic work. To be "on the bridge" means that you have to be ready for a deeply transformative process."
Tina Wyss, Basel, Switzerland.
"I cannot tell you how grateful I am for you and your work. It is in my mind and heart constantly. So excited about the future of learning more and passing it on."
Jill Gilbert, Houston
Bridge 2: The Change is for everyone who has completed The Bridge Prelude.
Plan to go deeper and to experience the transforming implications of this work in your own body. Cross over from the Bridge Prelude concepts to take you to a place of self-reference and embodiment.
Bridge 2 offers further tools and deeper applications to consciously expand and influence physical, mental and emotional capacity, and will increase the awareness of the physiological state through the neurofascial system.
Fascia responds to everything that we are doing; to our mind, our emotions and how we react to the circumstances of our life. It responds and adapts to our habit patterns and the compensations that we operate under every day.
When we recognise that the bodies form and function are purely the manifestation of the inner state and how we are choosing to express in the world, we can perceive and therefore recover the body and our health differently and our self-awareness galvanises.
You can creatively use these tools and applications to instruct your system to adapt to the outcome required. Sustaining change becomes the work, it requires a heightening of awareness of the body-mind in action. It requires practice, but that is all.
How will you benefit?
21 - 24 June 2018
Thursday 21st: 13:30 - 19:30
Friday 22nd: 12:00 - 19:00
Saturday 23rd: 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 24th: 09:00 - 15:00
Born in 1975 to a family of professional dancers, Jasmin started her career in classical ballet and later switched to jazz and modern dance. After completion of the three years training as a gymnastics pedagogue by Dietrich + Piller, she moved to Cairo. There she worked as a personal trainer and dance teacher for children whilst pursuing her education in fitness and nutrition with the ISSA America.
In 2004, she returned to Switzerland and established her company, personalized.ch. Together with Sabine Renz, they launched the immediately successful Pilateszone in 2008. With Joachim Schultz joining a year later, the trainer tandem became a trio.
Jasmin, now a mother of three children, is a Polestar Pilates trainer for Rehabilitation and since 2011 she has worked with Karin Locher
(www.centreforspatialmedicine.com) based on the newest fascia research.
Jasmin graduated at CPM Education in September 2013 and today she is a CPM Faculty Teacher.
Pilateszone, Lavaterstrasse 44, 8002 Zurich-Enge, Switzerland.
Local contact: Centre for Spatial Medicine
+44 (0) 1442 833 487 (UK) firstname.lastname@example.org