04 Feb Release your body workshops
Fit Healthy Happy Pilates
Release Your Body Workshop
What is it?
A starting point to releasing tension in your body and increasing awareness of muscle tightness and areas you need to work on. Using massage balls, half and full rollers, combined with your body weight you will travel through each segment of your body and unravel and release tensions that have built up over time causing discomfort, restricting movement and effecting your quality of life.
Your body should feel safe and comforted as we work through a set of exercises that encourage it to let go of tensions and unravel knots. The balls can be adjusted/changed so you are working with a tension/softness that works for you.
The workshops last for 11/2 hours. Maximum number of participants is 4. Cost is £15.00 per person.
What will I get out of it?
- You will feel lighter and be able to move more freely. You will have a deeper knowledge of your body, it’s knots and restrictions and what you need to do to reduce muscle tension, feel lighter, more comfortable and able to achieve your full potential.
- Your comfort will be improved as you move through your daily life – eg while sitting, driving, bending or standing.
- Your ability to exercise – eg walking, cycling running or pilates – will be enhanced.
- Backs of legs – hamstrings, calves and feet
- Front of legs – shins, knees and quads
- Hips, lower back
- Chest, shoulders and upper back
Each section will include a pre and post test to self-assess your range of movement before and after.
Who is it suitable for?
- Anybody wanting to release areas of muscle tension, for example in your shoulders, back and legs, to mitigate effects of everyday.
- People wanting to improve their performance and resilience in sports and exercise activities.
- You don’t have to have previous experience of pilates to take part in the workshop, but it will Improve your pilates.
- It can help with certain bone and joint conditions such as arthritis, post-operation rehabilitation or recovery from injury, but it is important to seek medical clearance first.
Who is it not suitable for?
- It’s not suitable for people with osteoporosis.
- Some exercises may not be suitable for people with recent injuries – if in doubt talk to your health practitioner first.