Posts Tagged ‘Franklin Method’

Authors of Pain-Free Posture Handbook

Have you noticed how many people are staring at cell phones these days? What about how much we are seated on a daily basis? Did you know that poor posture can cause chronic pains, migraines, and even fatigue? Good news, it can be resolved! For a VERY LIMITED time we are offering a free pass to the most talked about ONLINE health event of the year: The World Posture Summit.

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What imagery do you associate with the sternum? Known for its role of protector of the heart, the sternum is connected to the collarbone and ribs by joints that are surprisingly rubbery and flexible.

Try this embodiment exercise to get the fascia around your sternum sliding and gliding with maximum joy and ease. Enjoy fearlessly flying through your day!

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power of our hands

Delicate as they may seem, the wrists and hands are powerhouses that transform infinite possibility into concrete action. If you surrender to their delicate grace, your hands may take you to all kinds of beautiful places.

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Keep your brain young by doing Pilates!

The brain is a very powerful organ in movement. For many years now, studies have established the powerful effect imagining movement can have on our body. Athletes whose preparation for competitions includes mentally imagining the feat at hand achieve better results. Test subjects that imagined moving an immobilized limb lost significantly less muscle mass than those that did no imagery work. Yes, our mind can effect great change in our body.y is that?

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Much like the bones of the pelvis, which move along vertical and horizontal planes simultaneously, creating the shape of a figure eight as we walk, life is unfolding in more than one direction at once. If we keep dancing to its rhythm, we may trust that our lives and our bodies are taking shape just as nature intended.

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Franklin Method is a provocative and innovative study for everyone! It is the only movement education that introduces: focus on all applications of imagery, education of function based on evolutionary design, simplification of the complex to uncover the essence, an emphasis on learning by doing . . . AND–IT IS FUN!

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