What is the Franklin Method?
Imagine being able to practice anywhere, anytime, no yoga mat required.
What if you knew exactly how your body was designed to function, what you need moment to moment, and you could be your own trainer, teacher, best coach?
What if you felt confident and felt exactly how you wanted to in your body?
Although this is possible for any practitioner willing to embody their chosen modality – The Franklin Method is the modality that teaches you to yourself. It enhances running, yoga, pilates, dance, daily chores, your drive to work –everything.
When you change your mind, you change everything.
Franklin Method is a self-generated, embodied, experiential practice – a movement modality to enliven and refine whatever else you practice. What I love about it is the quick, tangible results I get. every. time.
We use dynamic imagery to understand biomechanics, find more joy and motivation and create change. New neuroscience research proves how plastic our brain is – we can use this to our advantage to ‘rewire’ ourselves from the inside out through conscious practice.
It’s a way of learning about your own body, mind, breath, movement function and potential by studying experiential anatomy, self care, and body conditioning using lots of different types of imagery strategies that are personalized to YOU and the movement in the moment.
Basically, it’s the process of creating positive change through awareness and action.
From the Institute directly: The Franklin Method uses dynamic imagery, anatomical embodiment & educational skills to create lasting positive change in your body and mind.
SO – If you’ve been practicing whatever you practice forever and want fresh inspiration, new tools, and a more dynamic way of living in your body, join me. I see clients online from all over the world, and locally here in SoCal.
If you happen to be local to the Irvine, CA area, join me on Saturday, September 15 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm for a Franklin Method workshop called Your Inner Core.
See You Soon,
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