A revolutionary device, the OOV is ergonomically designed to complement the 3 curves of the spine and mimic natural movement. Developed by Australian Osteopath and Neuroscientist Daniel Vladeta who saw a need for a self-correcting device that would embed motor learning. The OOV is an unstable, proprioceptive, bio-feedback tool, that re-patterns and enhances efficient movement. The OOV Courses explore how using a device like the OOV can facilitate Functional Movement and create stability through improving mobility, focusing on exercises and training methods that continue to evolve with the latest research and our understanding of the body. Incorporating traditional Pilates exercises applied to the OOV and Balance Training, the course teaches you to Assess Correctly, identify where Instability and Restriction exist in the Body, and how to develop Strategies to Promote Improved Motor Control, Strength, Endurance, Proper Alignment and Increase Dynamic Stability through the 3D Activation of Myofascial Slings. The OOV is an experience and will change your daily practice and view of Functional Alignment.Read More
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Pre-Holiday “Kick It Into Gear”
Sheri Long Mat Class
Sunday, December 9, 2018
9:00 am to 10:15 with a 15 minute Q & A following
~this class open to the public
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Char has worked in the fitness industry for 18 years, and has experience in many different areas of exercise including spinning/ indoor cycling, boot camp, TRX, basic functional training, and Pilates.
Charletha has traveled and taught Pilates in the Pacific Northwest region and in Utah. From 2004 through 2007 she was a Master Pilates instructor teaching and certifying individuals in the Pilates method.
Her personal training allowed her the opportunity to enter bodybuilding competitions from 2007 to 2009, winning first place in both heavyweight and middleweight divisions of the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB), the governing board of the sport of bodybuilding and fitness.
Her interests include reading, writing and the opera.