Strength In Balance offers a range of techniques in the practice of pilates, in addition to Gwynne Marshall specialisation in Alexander Technique. Her experience has allowed Gwynne to approach training from a holistic vie. As well as ensure her students have a detailed understanding of all aspects of Pilates practice.
The Alexander Technique has been used by people of all ages and professions. Furthermore for people suffering from back & neck pain, Scoliosis, spinal stenosis. For example mothers lifting children, computer users and artists like dancers & actors. Taught throughout the world in private and group classes, the Alexander Techniques is namely a required study in certain curricula at prestigious universities, schools and conservatories.
The overriding principle of Pilates is conscious movement that engages the musculature in a manner additionally resulting in the contraction of the specific muscles. This action desired in a biomechanically-optimum fashion so that the whole frame can create a stable base. From which the other muscles can work to perform specific actions.
We’ve seen the integration of the 2 modalities help teach people how to undue habits that can cause them pain. As a movement specialist Gwynne believe that Alexander Technique & Pilates is a wonderful combination to develop strength in balance. Furthermore, utilization of these together results in synergistic improvement that greatly increases strength, coordination and efficiency in their overall movement.