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By superadmin | January 7, 2015 |
Loving myself, I learned to be fit, not perfect. As a child, I habitually overate to hide emotional pain. As a young adult, I restricted calories too much because I wanted to look like a model. Never completely happy with my body, I guilted myself into diet compliance. Without a plan, I joined a gym and began an injurious resistance workout program patched together from all the fitness magazines I could find. I obsessively ate to gain muscle and minimize fat. Indeed, I spent years maintaining a picturesque physique that I bent into “shape.” To keep myself “on track,” I booked fitness photo shoots as deadlines masquerading as goals. The compliments I received about my body failed to convince me. Through injury and rehabilitation, I learned that I had not yet developed a healthy relationship with my body. Instead, I had betrayed myself and unconsciously sought narrowly defined perfection. This mistake left me clueless as to how my own individual body was supposed to move into its optimal form. Years later, pattern movement correction and pain prevention are at the center of my own body practice. I strive to connect more deeply with my body and its infinite wisdom with every movement I make. I have developed a highly specialized training program to help you rehabilitate injury, perform better, restore full ranges of motion to restricted joints, design and sculpt your body, and foster a greater sense of self-acceptance. You will not be perfect, you will be fit.
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