Neuro muscular conditioning for athletes
Soccer, Baseball, Hockey, Dance, Swimming, whatever your sport may be, this weekly class provides an opportunity to reset and focus on your goals. Practicing journaling, meditating, visualization, and movement focused on injury prevention is a perfect way to build your skills to succeed and reach your goals in your preferred sport.
I have been practicing as an RMT since 2010. Throughout my first few years in clinical practice, I found myself recomending and prescribing practice and techniques that I learned on my own personal journey to wellness. So I decided to delve more deeply into educating myself in active therapy, and took my first YTT (Yoga Teacher Training) in 2011. Clinically I found coupling active therapy, with passive manual therapy resulted in far superior speed of recovery, and injury prevention. I use breathing practices, functional movement techniques and neuromuscular movement conditioning to restore biomechanical dysfunction, release reflexive psychosomatic patterns and lay the scaffolding for functional movement, posture, and a more vibrant harmonious body.
I continue to study and grow my understanding of the human body, learning tools and techniques to create health and wellness. And share with those who want to learn.
My goal is to give my clients the gift of owning their health, and the power to rehabilitate, correct and create vitality in their own lives.
As a Yoga instructor, I believe no two yogis are alike, and what it looks like in one body, is most likely impossible to mirror in another. We are all structurally and experientially different. It is my duty as a yoga instructor to draw from my knowledge of anatomy, physiology and kinetics to give to and guide my students in the most effective and safe way.
Find a membership for you
Here at Ingersoll Karate we have affordable programs for various skill levels and age range. New members are welcome, so come and step inside our dojo to unlock your true potential!