Episode 001 – Efficient Movement

Episode 001Hi! I’d like to personally welcome you to the Move Beautiful podcast, a place where you will learn both the art and science of beautiful movement. Whether your movement extraordinaire or just beginning your journey towards optimal movement, I promise to bring you an inspirational and guided conversation … and some tidbits of ‘home play‘ along the way! Join me as we discover your body and the movement potential it holds!

This episode is a basic introductory to ‘efficient movement’, what it means to move efficiently, how efficient movement impacts our recreational, sporting and daily activities and why it’s important in the avoidance of injury and during the rehabilitation from pain.

In this episode you will learn:

My 5 tips when creating efficient movement in your own body;

  1. Get a Role Model

  2. Repetition

  3. Get a Coach

  4. Participate in some form of Body Work (Pilates, Yoga …)

  5. Move Mindfully

Thank you for listening to episode 001 of the Move Beautiful Podcast, I loved bringing all these insights and valuable pieces of information to you and I hope you have found them as valuable as I have!

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About the author: Lana Johnson

Lana, a Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor with 20 years’ experience in the dance and movement world, is driven by the overwhelming desire to help empower individuals to change their total health through efficient movement. She graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and went on to gain her Diploma in Professional Pilates in Studio/Rehab with Polestar Pilates and has since studied and now practices the ConnectTherapy (previously known as the Integrated Systems Model) assisting LJ Lee on her Thoracic and Pelvis courses.

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