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Slings in Motion II

Lateral Line & Spiral Line

Slings in Motion II is a repertoire course including two short lectures.
The three-dimensional exercise repertoire focuses on the following two Myofascial Meridians of Tom Myers‘Anatomy Trains concept.

  • Lateral Line.
  • Spiral Line.

 

Slings in Motion I exercise variations and sequences are woven into the course, to do one of the great Slings goals justice: integration.

  • Superficial Back Line and Superficial Front Line.

 

The short lectures included revolve around two essential Slings Myofascial Training topics:

  • Body tensegrity and movement.
  • Fascia as a gliding system.

 

The Slings in Motion repertoire focuses on the health promoting qualities of the myofascial system that positively influence our postural balance and movement efficiency (in daily life, recreational activities and at work).

  • Dynamic stability, adaptability, responsiveness, elasticity, glide, relaxation, tissue hydration and nourishment, body and movement awareness.

   

Centre of Attention: LL & SPL

Both the Lateral Line and the Spiral Line are involved in elastically spiralling movements. The more ‘quiet’ Lateral Line is the ‘sensory line’ that conveys deep spirals all along the sides of the body. The ‘bolder’ Spiral Line winds around the body like a double helix creating the big myofascial as well as the glandular, energetic spirals.

  
Each Slings in Motion II exercise and its variations are executed and thoroughly discussed. To further embodiment, enhance understanding of exercise aims and their contribution to myofascial training as a whole, the studied repertoire is woven into functional sequences and master classes.

  
Also part of the course is SynerChi Spiral, a seamlessly choreographed, dynamic movement sequence that focuses on the contrasting interplay of the Superficial Back Line, Superficial Front Line, Lateral Line and Spiral Line.

 

> PDF – Factsheet SLINGS IN MOTION® II

 

 

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