Move To Your Potential is about helping you to open up all that good stuff that is inside of you. It's about choosing not to put up with pain and negative feelings and instead to learn how to listen to your body and maximise your health, fitness and happiness.
We move best, and easiest, when we function as our whole self, doing what we love! Understanding your body and how it moves best is a fundamental pillar of your health - physical, mental and emotional.
Life is challenging and sometimes our body takes the brunt of where we are at. This can range from musco-skeletal issues such as back pain, shoulder, hip, knee issues through to illness, stress or emotionally uncomfortable states. Any of these can stop us doing what we need to and like to do, and compromise the quality of our life.
The good news is that movement plays a huge part in helping us to get back to feeling better. There is more and more evidence being produced to back up what I have seen in practice for almost two decades. How we move and how we feel and function go hand in hand with each other. If how we move makes us feel uncomfortable then changing how we move can make us feel better.
I use movement to help you to feel better and to function better in your body. This can mean helping you to :
- get back to activities that you have been prevented from doing, for whatever reason
- regain confidence in your body and what it can do
- go about your daily tasks in life without pain
- improve your mental and emotional heath
- keep moving well through all stages of your life
Sometime this can mean simply helping you to get moving in a general sense (not always that simple in practice!). Sometimes it means helping you with very specific movements which need a bit more focus.
Working individually with you I take an integrative approach, using a combination of pilates, sports specific movements, exercise coaching, functional movements, yoga, stretches, breathing techniques, and NLP as is appropriate.
I also offer various classes, courses and workshops for those who may not need or want such personalised help.