CORE/ZENGA/HALO/FASCIAL MOVEMENT) builds on the essence and principles of the late Joseph H. Pilates' work by incorporating modern knowledge about the body.
Whether you're working one-on-one or in a small group our aim is optimal musculoskeletal performance- strength, flexibility and endurance- without risking injury or building bulk. With a focus on core stability and mobility, STOTT PILATES helps to align and balance the body to look fit, feel revitalized and move with ease.
The MELT Method® is a simple self-treatment technique that reduces chronic pain and helps you stay healthy, youthful and active for a lifetime. Just 10 minutes of MELT three times a week is all you need to reduce the effects of accumulated tension and stress caused by daily living.
New research has revealed the missing link to pain-free living: a balanced nervous system and healthy connective tissue. These two components work together to provide your body architectural support and optimal mind-body communication. Using specialized techniques, a soft body roller and four different small balls, MELT rehydrates the connective tissue, rebalanced the nervous system and restores space to compressed joints.
Pilates With Michelle is the only pilates studio in Regina located within the Brownstone Health where you can find a multitude of professionals who work together to ensure the best treatment for our clients. Pilates WIth Michelle offers STOTT Pilates®, Franklin Method®, Anatomy Trains®, The Keller Method®, Hypopressives- Low Pressure Fitness® and the MELT Method®. Call 306-551-4164 for your FREE consultation today!
The Franklin Method® teaches the practical elements of body design through imagery. Body posture and movement are imagery driven and if the image doesn't correspond to the way the body is designed the result will be steady decline in function. The best way to improve function is to start with an image that corresponds to how the body is designed.
The Franklin Method® demonstrates what studies have shown- that the mind can affect the body.
Taking the insights from Dynamic Imagery and Experiential Anatomy, we can experience that embodiment of function does indeed improve function. Simply adding weight, endurance or flexibility will not correct bad movement patterns but only make you more strong, fast or flexible in your imbalance.
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