Conducted by Irene Rampino, MFA, MSPT
An exciting exploratory and interactive 3-hour Master Class
October 15th, 2019
Presenting the biomechanics of the diaphragm and its action on the rib cage & inner body. The breath cycle will be considered in relationship to the asymmetrical nature of the diaphragm & its action on the torso. Labs will directly explore how shifts in the breaths force of transmission can have profound effects on distant structures such as the shoulder and hip. Lab work includes respiratory exercises & simple manual techniques which explore the use of breath to facilitate multi-planar motion of the thorax, shoulder girdle and pelvis.
Irene seeks to instill playfulness, creativity and ease of
movement—tools to individual empowerment and informed motor
patterns. Her deep love of biomechanics, physical therapy, movement
sequences and rhythm provide nurturing and motivating learning
Come dressed to move with tank tops or sport bras for ease of observation. Open to all disciplines and all levels of teachers.
DATES/HOURS: Tuesday October 15th, 3-6 pm