Breaking The Mould of Anatomical Thinking
“Anatomy in Motion is a movement oriented education system. It is based on what the body does and when it does it. What I mean by that is what joints do, in what dimension of movement and in what time, for instance in our gait cycle.”
— Gary Ward creator of Anatomy in Motion
Through his practice and teaching, Gary’s goal is simple: to help you to bring your body into alignment and create an environment in which the healing can begin. This can be a slow or a fast process. With Anatomy in Motion when you show the body how to access movements it is missing, it provides more choice allowing the body to do what it needs to. The brain seems to notice the upgrade in efficiency and pain can change quite quickly and performance naturally enhances.
Gary created the Flow Motion Model™: a map of the moving human body and the journey your body takes through the gait cycle.
During all movement, the joints, ligaments and muscles in your body have a role to play and everything is dependent on all other parts being capable of doing their job optimally. Our brains have a memory of every injury and trauma we have ever sustained. Past injuries and traumas will generally show up in your movement and can be observed in your walking gait. A big picture approach is that the brain has choices. The way people use their bodies in their daily routines has a repetitive nature, operating in fixed patterns and habit of movement.
Regardless of your discomfort, our goal is to teach your body to find centre by following the map of the Flow Motion Model. A centred and balanced body is one in which the human body holds the richest environment for your healing to take place.
Qualification: 6 Day Finding Centre Immersion Course