Moving Stretch Trainer
I am a qualified Moving Stretch Level 1 Self Stretching trainer.
Having trained directly under Moving Stretch creator and founder Suzanne Wylde, I am passionate about sharing this ground breaking new way to stretch, which is unique and distinct from of traditional stretching techniques.
By providing resistance during the stretch, we engage and reshape the fascia; releasing the body from pain, stiffness, and limitation. This helps to create a naturally healthy body, which is strong, flexible and fully functional.
In a 1-on-1 session, I will take you through a variety of stretches to assess your flexibility and mobility, and then tailor-make the session according to your needs and goals. It is common to have a goal or two in mind, but this is not necessary to have before starting to stretch. Common goals include; improving posture, relieving pain, boosting mobility, improving performance, increasing flexibility and a wide range of other goals including being able to play with the grandkids without injury. The goal can change, but it is great to have an aim in mind to motivate you in your stretching.
The frequency of 1-on-1 sessions varies from person to person but typically people do best with weekly or fortnightly sessions. If you can only have one once a month, that is still good as long as you are able to keep up with your self-stretching. Doing your self-stretching between sessions is the key to getting the results you want. The benefit of 1-on-1 sessions is that you get highly-personalised stretches and attention to technique so you will get a lot more out of your stretching.
You might also want to do a mix of 1-on-1 sessions and stretching at home. The key is to find what works for you, so that you stretch regularly and change your body safely and effectively. People seem to really enjoy their self-stretching once they get into it, and it also builds confidence because you will have changed your body yourself and learned a self-care skill you can use for the rest of your life.
For more information: www.fasciastretch.co.uk