Muscular (Im)balances – Releasing before strengthening with Natascha Eyber
Many Pilates clients suffer from long-lasting muscular imbalance due to a sedentary lifestyle, sports injuries or accidents. Tightness of certain areas in the body is one of the many aspects, which needs to be taken into account when addressing and correcting those imbalances. Often we need to release tension in one or more muscles before we can start to strengthen others for optimized muscular activity.
This workshop intends to give a guideline of how to identify muscular imbalances through posture and gait analysis and it will provide you with exercises concentrating on the aspect of enhancing flexibility and mobilisation versus strengthening to improve the body alignment of our clients effectively and achieve the ultimate goal – balance.
This workshop has been awarded 3 PDPs from the PAA.
Sydney CBD | 22nd June | 9am – 12pm
Price – $250 after 17th May
About Natascha Eyber
Natascha Eyber holds the BASI® Pilates license for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia. She was accredited by BASI® in 2003, under the direction of Rael, joined the BASI® Faculty in 2006, and was entitled as senior faculty in 2014.
Natascha was educated and worked as a ballet dancer and teacher, and has wide experience in training professional dancers. She was the resident director of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” and worked as director and choreographer for musical, events and opera.
Since 2002, Natascha has dedicated herself to education. She was a faculty member at the SEAD contemporary dance school in Salzburg until 2009, teaching ballet and instructing dance students as well as outside clients in the Pilates method. In 2009 she founded the Pilates House in Munich, the headquarter of BASI® Pilates for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia. Besides her intensive studies with Rael and completing his advanced educational program “Ultimate Pilates”, she has studied with Karen Clippinger, Alan Herdman, Deborah Lessen and other well-known teachers in the field.
Her main interest lies in the biomechanics of the human body and the influence of gravity. Her focus is discovering and correcting muscular imbalances of clients and teaching them economic and functional movement. She works with clients suffering from handicaps and helps them with Pilates to enhance their physical possibilities and with that improving their quality of life.
We are thrilled to welcome Natascha to Australia to present this workshop.
Dynamic Pilates CBD
22nd June 2019 | 9am-12pm
Early bird until 17th May