Core to Arms: Hand –
Scapula Relationship to the Core
We are going to start the class waking up the rotator cuff muscles. Learning how to center the humeral head in the socket is essential for healthy shoulder mechanics. Many of the cues of pressing the shoulders down kick out the healthy timing of the rotator cuff muscles. Improving the timing of the shoulder girdle bones can connect you to your core differently.
Embodied Anatomy: Exploring Pilates Repertory with new awareness
Online classes with Lesley Powell
Recordings will be made of these classes
To register: https://www.movementsafoot.com/classes-movementsafoot/
Embodied Anatomy: Pilates Mat class. $18
Tuesdays 2:30-3:30 PM
Embodied Anatomy: Pilates Reformer Class 8 persons $35
Fridays 1:30-2:30 PM
Don’t Be DeFEETed: Improving foot mechanics that changes the core and alignment
Knee Me – a Relationship between the knee and Hip
Space Harmony- Bringing Spiral Movement to Pilates Repertory
April 28 – May 1
Embodied Anatomy is an explorations of sensing your body in different ways. It invites different qualities of tone and texture. Developing better skills of interoception is understanding and feeling what is happening inside our bodies.
These classes will take concepts of the anatomy and biomechanics of the body and applying it to movement. Embodied anatomy is the learning through physical movement, imagery and the senses. It is the discovery about the spaces inside your body.
If you are having financial difficulties and would like to take the class, please email me:firstname.lastname@example.org