TYPES OF MOVEMENT WELLNESS SESSIONS
Finishing up a course of therapy feels great, but keeping up with those exercises your therapist recommended can be a challenge. A Movement Wellness Session keeps you on track by addressing the goals your therapist gave you in addition to adding a program that requires your entire body to work around your goal.
Deviations of the spine can cause a number of issues. Sometimes the curves of our spine can make moving throughout the day more challenging. In a Movement Wellness Session, these curves are observed during gait and exercises. This data is gathered to create an optimal balancing experience of movement. This session helps you understand what your body's patterns are and how you can create new movement patterns that help you move optimally throughout the day.
SHOULDER AND SPINE SYNERGY FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Patient care can lead to unwanted tension in the neck, shoulders, and upper back. Long hours at the desk, bending forward or hunched forward to help patients can lead to some major discomfort. This Movement Wellness Session covers the principles of moving your upper body and how to take those principles into your workplace. You also learn to the utilize your deep stabilizing muscles during prolonged static positions.
MOBILITY AND STRENGTH FOR CANCER SURVIVORS
Once you have been cleared to exercise after your treatment, finding an exercise program that addresses your needs can prove to be a challenge. Your body has been through a lot and it will take some time to build up stamina. Exercise may be the last thing on your mind but it may help reduce the side effects of surgery and treatment. This session offers gentle movement along with appropriate strengthening exercises. Medical clearance is required from your oncologist or healthcare provider.
FLEXIBILITY AND POWER FOR GOLFERS
Staying pain free and active is a challenge in golf. The golf swing requires motion in nearly every muscle and joint. How you control your body can help you achieve higher levels of movement in golf. A variety of stimulus in Pilates equipment can help you gain the flexibility and power needed for golf as well as reducing the risk of injury.