Often the seemingly most mundane or habitual activities are the places in everyday life where a little movement education and/or ergonomic adjustment can help minimize or eliminate ongoing tension. Empowering clients to understand how they are doing what they are doing and teaching them to listen to their bodies are crucial steps in helping people to improve their own health. By discerning underlying structure and postural preferences one can create, compliment, or modify an exercise, yoga, or weight training program to specifically stretch, strengthen, and train in the direction of anatomical balance.
Bruce offers tailor-made workouts for alignment, rehabilitation, and cross training.
Integrated Manual Therapies (IMT) also helps diminish stress by deconstructing repetitive motion activities like sitting, sleeping, the work environment, and personal ergonomics. Addressing these different functional components is quite often the cutting edge of IMT, as modifying or changing old patterns can be challenging on many levels. Dedicated to supporting health beyond office appointments, IMT further empowers proactive clients.
Bruce completed his Rolfing Movement Integration Training in 1994 in Boulder, Colorado.