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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Integration or dominance?!  Bridging the vocabulary difference between professional athletes and those using the integrated (biotensegrity) model

Practical details Date: 24th November 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenter: Chris BallTitle: Integration or dominance?! Bridging the vocabulary difference between professional athletes and those using the integrated (biotensegrity) model Summary: This is a discussion session with Chris, who says: “In my role as a neural movement specialist, I deal directly with professional athletes, strength and conditioning coaches and…

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Yasmin Lambata

Feeling held

 Feeling held versus holding the body upright“Feeling held versus holding the body upright” is how I would describe a felt sense of “tensional integrity”. Where standing or walking feel effortless. There is little or no strain, no need to engage the core, align the spine or activate individual muscles. A sense of wholeness or oneness…

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Elizabeth Andes-Bell

Biomimicry in the Fitness Space; how Fascial Research is Redefining Fitness for the 21st Century.

(Plus 5 take-aways for you to weave ‘new fitness’ into your practice.) by Elizabeth Andes-Bell The Evolution of Fitness Like the rest of the world, fitness is changing. So are our reasons for wanting to be fit. For this article, I spoke with three leaders in the field, Wendy LeBlanc Arbuckle (WLBA), Chris Morita Clancy…

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Elizabeth Andes-Bell

Biomimicry in the Fitness Space; how Fascial Research is Redefining Fitness for the 21st Century.

(Plus 5 take-aways for you to weave ‘new fitness’ into your practice) The Evolution of Fitness          Like the rest of the world, fitness is changing. So are our reasons for wanting to be fit. For this article, I spoke with three leaders in the field, Wendy LeBlanc Arbuckle (WLBA), Chris Morita Clancy (CMC) and…

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A new approach to working with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

POP – Pelvic Organ Prolapse – “….is defined as the symptomatic descent of female pelvic organs and is often described as when the organs in the pelvis slip down from their normal position and bulge into the vagina”.[1]  Anna Crowle, an experienced physiotherapist, also trained in osteopathic, clinical massage and advanced myofascial methods, is lead…

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Working with Caesarean Scars

  As a scar specialist, I work with many women with a Caesarean scar (CS); sometimes they have three or even four scars, one on top of the other, each time the surgeon possibly having cleared out adhesions and each time possibly more adhesions having formed.  This is complex and sensitive work as we unravel…

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