Feb 27

Isometrics/Isotonics with Instructor Karen Sonter

Start Date
27 February 2021 9:00 AM
End Date
28 February 2021 5:00 PM
Website
Isometric and isotonic techniques for working with inefficient muscular tension patterns as well as underdeveloped muscle tone are presented and practiced, including related anatomy.
Through the use of gently restraining movement, while the client engages the muscle, self-correcting reflexes are stimulated and habitual holding patterns can be released. 
Participants learn how the conscious use of obstacles can help promote change from rigid physical and emotional patterns, towards greater mobility and allow the client to actively participate in the session. 
Phase 4/Fundamentals class is an advantage, but not a pre-requisite for attending this class.
Event Type
Training course
Event Location
To be advised
Townsville QLD
Contact Details
Instructor Karen Sonter
+61411713405
karensonter2@gmail.com

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