Tutor: Marye Wyvill
Date: 27th June 2020
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
This day is aimed primarily at teachers who wish to integrate exercises designed to combat osteoporosis into their weekly classes. It is not necessary to have attended ‘Bones for Life’ first although the days do complement each other.
About the tutor
Marye trained on Ruthy Alon's "Bones for Life”TM programme, designed to stimulate bone strength through natural movement and weight-bearing posture.
Aims of the day
To introduce the background and methodology of ‘Bones for Life’
To demonstrate how distribution of pressure in the foot affects posture, balance and mobility
To restore springiness and flexible knee articulation
To expand freedom of movement and flexibility in the hip joint with a reliable, uncompromised alignment of posture.
To address problems of over-flexibility and over-rigidity in the lumbar area
To improve comfort and efficiency in walking by fostering harmonious co-ordination between all body parts
To enhance the pleasure of moving, thereby strengthening the bones.
Objectives of the day
Discover where the pressure of the foot needs to be focused in ideal walking
Learn how to mechanically create and mentally accept unlocked knees
Train the hip joint to avoid over-reaction to foot pressure when walking.
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