"The Distal Core" - our relationship from the extremities to the centreOpen to all
Fri 12th May 2017
Sarah Doherty 10:00am to 1:00pm
Theatre, Toynbee Studio, Arts Admin, 28 Commercial Street, London , E1 6AB
CPDs: 3 Please bring: a mat, yoga block and overball
Trainee £40 Non-member £75
About The Workshop
More and more people seem to be experiencing 'wrist issues', RSI, Arthritis and inflammatory conditions that are affecting their feet and hands. How we meet the ground through these distant aspects of our bodies has a fundamental and profound effect on the whole body and yet they are often overlooked.
In this workshop, we will explore how to address this as teachers and how bringing our attention to these areas can help engage our centres at a deeper level. Through discussion, demonstration and a practical class, we will trace the relationship between our feet and hands and the connection through our limbs to our centre to find a deeper engagement with the trunk and increased spinal mobility.
Incorporating and utilising developmental reflex and movement patterns, we will discover how refining the hand and foot relationships to the ground can move a client into a more challenging class, a deeper and more profound physical experience of their whole body, and as an aid to rehabilitation for healthier joint function.
Sarah is an intelligent, insightful & intuitive teacher. She has an innate ability to guide you through class to bring you home to your body, having made connections and gained insights that only you know you'd longed for. Her reverence & continued curiosity for the practice & teaching of Pilates makes her an inspirational teacher.
Gay Dann, PF Member
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