Tone, Define, Sculpt and Shape Your Body

  • Moving forward, backward, side to side or in a combination of those moves requires balance and good posture.
  • Dynamic actions that have functional purposes can be performed with stability and control then sped up for remarkable transformations!
  • Movement patterns put certain sections of your body into action at different increments of time, if you combine this with a direction and a rotating force you can generate fast, powerful moves.
  • Core activation and the way you decide to impact the ground with your foot will improve your balance and your stability.

​Rejigging the movement pattern sequences can progress techniques for prescribe activities such as; ​​

  • sports adaptations and improvements,
  • functional and workplace activities or,
  • recreational pursuits.