Mobility

Mobility is becoming increasingly popular within the fitness community. Its importance is now being recognised outside of the Crossfit world and into general population.

What is it it?

Mobility refers to our ability to move freely without stress on the body. Our flexibility is dependent on the range of motion of our muscles. The two are not the same, but are not mutually exclusive. Good mobility can assist your flexibility and vice versa.

What are the main benefits of mobility training?

Mobility training can improve the range of motion of our joints and muscles. It can assist in improving our posture. Mobility training can alleviate 'everyday' aches and pains as well as improve our body awareness.

What we do

Having an expert in Self Myo Fascial Release and Advanced Stretching means that we can take care of your body by assessing your current levels and creating a plan thats tailored to you.

Postural Assessment

Your posture is super important. A good posture uses less energy - whether this is maintained by your muscles or by sitting in a supportive chair. Your core muscles in your abdomen work more efficiently if they are correctly aligned, which means they can support you and allow you to move your limbs more freely.

Poor posture or “postural dysfunction” is defined as when our spine is being held in an unnatural position. The result of these unnatural positions are extra stress on our joints, muscles, and vertebrae. Most often, poor posture is something that we naturally do without even noticing.

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Poor Posture can lead to

Low energy levels

  • Chronic neck and back pain

  • Lack of oxygen flow throughout the body 

  • Heart problems

  • Migraines and tension headaches

  • Lack of confidence

  • Digestion issues

For those that sit, use screens, play on phones and devices, it would be wise to take note of your posture and how it could be effecting you.

If you would like to take a FREE postural assessment then fill out the form below.

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