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Spring September 2013
Anatomy Trains
HBF Run for a Reason
1 day Workshop
What im up to


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Spring September 2013

Hi Visitors,
Just touching base with some exciting news!!!
Well firstly I have now completed my Certificate IV in Kinesiology. So here in Perth Im enjoying three lovely long weeks of spring break.
Ill be taking some to time to enjoy outdoor walks along the coast, pottering in the garden and stepping back to spend time with family and friends. And last but not least, I'll also have more hours to fit in my gorgeous clients.. Life has been a little on the busy side, you could say.

Anatomy Trains

Hi All,
Im very excited to be receiving new text and dvd content, all the way from the USA on a concept know as Anatomy Trains, developed by Thomas Myers.
The Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridans gives a new understanding of whole-body patterning in posture and function, these new holistic strategies improve stabilty, coordination and resolve long-standing compensations in postural and movement patterns.
Therefore, understanding the "Superficial back Line" as a whole gives insights into hamstring problems that you cannot get from condsidering the hamstrings alone.

HBF Run for a Reason

          For the second year I will be taking
          part in  the HBF Run for a reason. 
I'm looking forward to meeting up with the old team to run in honour of a friend who tragically took his life.  
Lookout for the Team OG"

1 day Workshop

AAMT - Upper extremities and shoulder workshop on Saturday 22 September

What im up to

Im currently studing a 3 year Advanced Diploma of Kinesiology, and absolutly loving it. The human body is amazing.
What is Kinesiolgy,
Kinesiolgy uses muscle monitoring to access all the physical, emotional and mental system of the body. Every muscle in the body is connected to our central nervous system (brain). When our brain registers stress this interfers with the neurological circuit and causes a muscle reponse. It is from this muscle response that the practitioner can identify all the stresses involved in the clients issue whether it be physical, emotional, mental, nutritional or a combination of these.
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