FOAM ROLLER CLASS IN ADELAIDE
One of the side effects of running is increased muscle tone. Left unchecked, this can lead to formation of trigger points and knots in the muscles that can reduce flexibility and eventually cause pain.
Using a foam roller on a regular basis is an effective way to maintain your tissues, improve body awareness and build a solid foundation for a healthy active life.
This unique workshop will teach you how to:
- maintain flexibility
- improve core strength
- enhance body awareness
- restore the nervous system and activate the para-sympathetic healing process
- keep your body tuned up
- optimize recovery time
- achieve your physical potential
Specifically, you will learn how to use the foam roller to build a solid physical foundation so you can enjoy an active, pain free lifestyle - naturally and medication free.
Also learn about:
- the top 5 MISTAKES when using the foam roller, and how to prevent them
- the most effective time to use the foam roller and how often to get the best results
- how to use the foam roller to relax deeply and improve your sleep
- warnings and special safety tips
Who Is It For // anyone who is interested in building a solid foundation and preventing injuries. Beginner and advanced users welcome.
Who Is Running It // Physiotherapist Daniel O'Grady
Where // Fullarton Park Community Centre (Parkview Room)
When // Saturday October 7th 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Investment // Free
Class numbers are strictly limited, so please book early to reserve your place.
Questions // 1300 657 813 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback and comments from past participants
"I learned a lot about the foam roller and how to use it safely." - Michelle
"Workshop was great. Good pace." - Andrew
"Friendly and inviting." - Sarah
"Be prepared to work everything using the foam roller (not just the legs and back like I was expecting)." - Karen
"Very informative." - Rob
"Excellent explanations, well-paced, delivered in a good environment and accompanied by clearly illustrated and written supporting documentation. Would definitely recommend." - Grant