you know how to move?
LEARNING TO CRAWL BEFORE YOU CAN WALK
Fred Samorodin, Registered Physical Therapist and Bodyworker (Vancouver,
the question should be not knowing how to move, but being able to
feel how to move! There are essentially three ways we all learn learn
how to think and learn how to move: 1) by seeing (visual) instructions; 2) by
hearing (auditory) instructions; 3) through feeling and experiencing touch or
movement (tactile and kinesthetic).
our early childhood, as the saying goes, you have to learn how to crawl
before you can learn how to walk. By
the time most children in reach 4 years of age, they have learned how to walk.
Their culture considers their kinesthetic learning having reached a peak and,
then, for the next 10-15 years, there is a concerted effort made to develop their
brains visually and auditorily by having them sit for hours at a time
doing the real learning.
recently, some readers have discovered the challenges and pleasures of a new,
for them, kinesthetic learning experiencethe MasterMoves Core Training Program!
As a Canadian Trained Physical Therapist, I have channeled my career into helping
people with physical challenges through bodywork and movement therapy. Clients
inevitably have a kinesthetic learning experience everytime I work, hands-on,
with them! However, they come in for an hour session not as a means to an end,
but, with my guidance, as an end to a beginning! What?!
the time most of us have become adults (in this culture at least) we have lost
most of our ability to learn kinesthetically. As Tom W. Myers, well-known bodyworker
and author (April 1998, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies) describes,
we suffer from Kinesthetic dystonia! If bodywork such as Full Body Fascial Facilitation,
craniosacral therapy, massage therapy, Advanced Bowen therapy or rolfing offer
people a reintroduction to learning to move comfortably, then , for learning to
advance, the Mastermoves Core Training Program offers an excellent way to take
learning to move to the next level!
article will discuss the importance of the bodys connective tissue, especially
the fascia, in muscle work and joint movements.
up your buns and abs!
Different from strength training, Core Training emphasizes conditioning the back
and abdomen muscles, improving spine stability, and developing good posture.
Training has become one of the most popular ways to exercise and get back in shape.
strengthening your core you will have a leaner, stronger and more flexible body.
These carefully designed easy-to-follow programs will show you how, with a little
effort and determination you can achieve your aims.
From Fred Samorodin
the 'Core Training' Secrets To Lose Your Belly Fat & Get A Lean and Strong
Body - Perfect Posture!