Don’t miss this opportunity!
Friday, September 15th
Spiraldynamik® – addresses:
- Integral learning of movement
- Anatomical relationships from head to toe
- 3D movement analysis
- Clinical diagnostics & reasoning
- 3D mobilization and bodywork
- Coaching for the transfer of know-how
- Personal growth and development
You will gain insight into the fascinating and complex relationship between anatomy and movement potential. You will get to know the importance of interaction, regarding coordination of movement, posture and movement patterns (healthy and unhealthy habits). You will discover what functions well and what doesn’t.
Explore the construction of your feet and understand what is needed for them to be stable, coordinated and strong for optimal health and you will explore and understand where mobility and strength is needed for optimal coordination to roll, stand stable, bounce and push off.
Trunk/torso, ribs and shoulder girdle: What does anatomy tell us about this dream team? How can we move all of them together for their best function? We explore where the ribs close, open up, give space and support to the shoulder girdle and where we have potential. Spiraldynamik® knees and legs; discover the power and balance of your leg spiral and improve the smoothness as you walk.
10:30am-12:30pm – focusing on feet
To Register call: 505.224.9808 or Register online HERE
Meet Monica Straub Fisher
For Monica movement quality is a matter of the heart. That’s also the reason why she chose to teach for the Spiraldynamik® Academy and art of motion®. As a manual therapist and curious person she likes to combine the knowledge of classical and complementary medicine (like a rainbow spectrum) and igniting the sparks of her own enthusiasm in her clients.
Monica holds the following certifications:
- Certified Lecturer Slings Myofascial Training®
- Certified Lecturer Spiraldynamik®
- Certified Slings Myofascial Training® Practitioner
- Certified Physiotherapist FH
- Certifed Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner
- Certified management guide Council Guide Training
- Proprietor Praxis Raum für Entfaltung
“I love helping people advance on their life path. Spiraldynamik® is the ideal concept to support people in the entirety of their being.” Monica loves languages and foreign cultures as much as she loves movement and her work.
The first courses of Spiraldynamik® in English were taught in 2016, in Zurich, Switzerland by Monica Straub Fisher. She now brings this technique to the United States via Keshet Center for the Arts.
Keshet Center for the Arts; 4121 Cutler Ave NE, ABQ 87110 / 505.224.9808