ReTensioning™ 1 Extremeties

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ReTensioning™ 1 Extremeties

500.00

April 18 & 19

16 Contact Hours

Location:  Great Plains Pilates and Physical Therapy

In ReTensioning™ Professionals who work with human movement find an excellent way to integrate all the other techniques and interventions they use. Massage, mobilization, stretches, exercises and a myriad of other techniques are extremely useful for effecting changes in the structure and control ability of the body. However, the key to lasting improvement is for the client to use these changes and not resume the movement patterns that were a part of the problem they presented with. ReTensioning™ is that key.

With ReTensioning™ a person is guided to realign the balance of tensions in their body so that they rest in neutral – the lowest possible amount of activity physically and neurologically at that time. By doing this the person is able to begin each movement without carrying tension and imbalances from previous activity into the new movement. The result is that every movement starts from a clean slate, physically and mentally. In other words, people learn how to reset their tensional balances so that patterns from previous experiences can be prevented from interfering with how to best perform the activity now.

Being able to reset between movements has vast implications. Just one aspect is that this allows for editing out patterns and habits that will negatively affect the next time an activity is performed again. Consequently, ReTensioning™ can improve relearning movement after injury, optimize current skills for activities as diverse as playing the piano to skiing, and significantly enhance the ability to learn new movements and activities.

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What is ReTensioning™?

ReTensioning™ is a process of assisting a person to consistently move with better balance and coordination. The result is less strain and stress on the body and the mind as movement is generated in a way that fits the person’s individual structure more naturally. Moving in this manner enables a person to independently continue improving their abilities and functioning.

ReTensioning™ is performed by a trained practitioner guiding a person through movements at each joint in a way that results in tensional neutral around each joint complex. In this way the person experiences resting the joint in neutral and learns how to return to that coordination throughout the day. By taking advantage of the body’s inherent neurological design ReTensioning™ creates rapid and lasting changes that are both safe and easy.

Professionals who work with human movement find ReTensioning™ an excellent way to integrate all the other techniques and interventions they use. Massage, mobilization, stretches, exercises and a myriad of other techniques are extremely useful for effecting changes in the structure and control ability of the body. However, the key to lasting improvement is for the client to use these changes and not resume the movement patterns that were a part of the problem they presented with. ReTensioning™ is that key.