Take care of yourself and your body in your daily life with an original gesture approach.
It is a range of simple exercises in a slow sequence of sequential movements. These exercises are performed sitting (chair) or standing with or without music. Some gestures solicit unusual movements and awaken motionless areas of the body. Several sequences are easily practicable at home or at work.
These exercises help to relieve the tension accumulated in the muscles and fascia. But also to find a joint flexibility quickly by directly releasing the joint micro-game (the space between two bones) joints.
Relaxation in motion has its origins in the gestural rehabilitation therapy and sensory gymnastics of the Danis Bois Method. It allows to find a tissue and articular coherence in his body to preserve a better-being.
Relaxation in Motخon excels in:
- Relieve muscle and joint tension, especially in the neck, shoulders, shoulder blades and back, to relieve and prevent the onset of pain,
- Learn to relax and manage stress,
- Improve your posture, coordination and balance,
- Increase your vitality and soften your body.
After 8 to 10 hours of class, Relaxation in Motion first lets you learn to perceive your body in motion (feel your bones and joints move from the inside) by learning and practicing, sitting and standing, various basic movements and small sequences that can be accompanied by music. One can perceive one’s body in movement thanks to the slowness and the development of an attention that is both sustained and relaxed. With practice (10 minutes a day is enough), one acquires fluidity (impression to have the joints more oiled), solidity (feeling of anchoring or roots on the ground), and more of totality in his body ( feeling of increased unity and better ability to perceive details without losing the whole). At the same time, over the course of the practice, we are able to perceive and feel our harmful gestural habits and we are able to change them. The slowness of the exercises makes it possible to modify the trajectory of the incoherent movements and to restore the “blind spots” (that is to say the missing movements), which is impossible to do in our fast daily gestures.
These learnings promote the autonomy of the person. By becoming more quickly aware of her muscular tensions and joint blockages, she will hold the key to prevent and relieve her pain and will sometimes be able to solve the problem by using concrete gestural rehabilitation tools. Relaxation in motion is also a complementary therapy to fasciatherapy, extending and consolidating its benefits.
Those who like this gestural practice will then have the opportunity to learn different body-rehearsal choreographies. These are sequences of movements lasting approximately 20 minutes performed standing or on the ground. In addition to being fun to perform, the choreographies are therapeutic tools that are adapted to his needs and desires to work distinctly some immobile areas of his own body. Over time, in addition to restoring a bodily ease and movement, one experiences a real pleasure and a deep calm.
We can also explore free movement. It is a question of following the impulses of movements which are given in real time without thinking. The movement then becomes an expression of its authenticity, a total presence to what is. This approach is an Art of movement in itself. It has creative aims, but also therapeutic (following its internal movement can also release blockages).