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movement culture at Balance Performance

To address the long term, to build resilience, to take advantage of the healing that the sports injury and spinal rehabilitation professionals provide you need to develop your own movement culture. A growing number of people are teaching good movement habits: Ido Portal is a great mover but more importantly he is encouraging and teaching […]

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Movement: flow, timing, creativity, control. It’s what we teach.

We passionately believe at Balance Performance, and have observed in our Clapham facility since 2001, that what London’s adults need most – whether as part of the city workforce or it’s sporting and running communities – is greater movement awareness, fluidity and control. As this develops the strength and fitness achieved with our sports specific […]

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Barefoot Running and Natural Movement workshop at Balance Performance Clapham

Running Engineer, Naeem Akram & Fitness Explorer, Darryl Edwards host barefoot running and natural MOVEment workshop at Balance Performance. WHEN: 7.00-9.00pm, Tuesday 20th March 2012. WHERE: 113 Gauden Road, Clapham, London, SW4 6LE TO BOOK: visit http://balancephysiobarefootrunning.eventbrite.co.uk or contact Scott Morris on 020 7627 2308 / scott@balancephysio.com Many people are drawn to running as it […]

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Race Walking International Training Camp

Balance Performance Physiotherapy Sports Physiotherapist Raphael Rinaldi was invited by the Australian Institute of Sport to support a group of 29 world class race walkers during a warm weather training camp in Canberra, Australia. The group included Olympic medallists, England’s Commonwealth Champion Johanna Jackson, IAAF World Cup winners and world-c…lass race walkers joining the IAAF […]

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“War Machine” Pulley Suspension Training workshop

Introducing the WarMachine for the ultimate in “3D bodyweight training.” Jonathan Lewis, Cj Swaby and Ricardo Abreu will be sharing their expert knowledge and experience of how to get the most from this exciting piece of kit. They will go through basics of press, pull, legs, trunk and combined, compound movements  before “pulling the pin” and […]

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Flow – what is it? Look at this video for one awesome demonstration of flow!

On May 29th Jonathan Lewis and Keith Openshaw (Mad Dog Functional Training Systems) are teaching the a workshop in Edinburgh which will be the first of a series “Flow Restoration”. The Edinburgh workshop is “Flow Restoration – Kettlebells for Injury Rehabilitation”. If you are a physiotherapist/personal trainer/strength and conditioning coach or any other professional wanting […]

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