This is the beginning of the story. Checking the foundations are straight before stabilising and strengthening.

It is all well and good observing errors in movement, but it may not be that simple to correct, so   Biomechanics Assessing identifies the route cause of the problem.IMG_5416
It looks at the function and disfunction of joints, soft tissue and nerves of the body, recognising the myofacial link throughout and the need to look at all areas.  Also  acknowledging that one thing affects another.  So tension and spasming, that is created over time and through reactions to lifestyle/injury, needs to be released by sometimes gentle mobilising and correcting alignment, in order to regain correct posture.
An assessment ideally is part of your first session in order to see where your body is and be able to set some proactive exercises in order to avoid injury as training intensity increases.

  • DSCF1635Reliable, research based format of assessing
  • Easily remeasurable,
  • Improvements become evident
  • Motivation self perpetuates.
  • Many of the individual testing methods are already used by various practitioners,
  • The difference is the way the journey os put together

Learn more about Biomechanics

Once the Biomechanics is sorted you can follow on with Personal Training to reach your fitness goals, or take up some Pilates to understand stabilising the core.

For more information about Biomechanics, what it is, what an assessment entails please call Emma on 07748560077 or email