This workshop will be looking at the organisation of bone structures in walking and running and the requirements of the tissue supporting them.
Day 1 will give you movement tools and the theoretical background to assess and change global habit patterns playing out in a person’s walking or running, and focus on the required elements that might be in need of help, taking them out and under the ‘microscope’ and then putting it all together again.
On day 2 we will discover how you can use the ingenuity of selected classical Pilates studio repertoire to help yourself and your clients to become free and fluid in walking and running.
We can all walk and run with joy, effortless and pain free.
13 & 14 October 2018
13 October 9.00 – 17.00
14 October 9.00 – 17.00
Life is a journey, mine has taken me so far through 4 different German cities, London and eventually Zurich, 22 flats and diverse life, love and work experiences, to this moment in life, where the only thing certain is change.
And change is what my experiences have helped me to embrace, and what my working expertise and knowledge enable me to help others find in themselves.
Our body is constantly changing, adapting and renewing itself.
Thanks to Centre for Spatial Medicine /CPM Education© and Karin Locher, as well as Kinesis UK©, James Earls, Don Thompson, Wojciech Cackowski and Lou Benson I have learned to apply cutting edge science and discoveries in the world that is our human body to my movement and manual work with my clients and students.
As advanced Psych-K© facilitator, thanks to Brunhild Hofmann, I have tools in my toolbox that help changing belief systems.
I am grateful to be a teacher within the Spatial Medicine/ CPM education© faculty, a structural integrator of the KMI© community and a member of the Psych-K© family. All of which allow me to explore my own ways within our common denominators. It’s such an amazing playground to find oneself in.
The journey has just begun.
Pilates Treehouse Fascial PlayGround, 108 W 10th 1/2 Street, Houston, Texas 77008.
Local contact: Centre for Spatial medicine
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