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Let’s get Moving!

Posted on May 14, 2020 in Uncategorized

Bubble sweet Bubble! Lock down has been an amazing experience. With family overseas it has been an emotional time as much as a time for growth and change, love and connection. For the past weeks, I have been busy participating in an immersion course in Ivaldo Bertazzo’s method. I can feel in my muscles and general disposition the benefits of such...

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Bertazzo on Line

Posted on Apr 17, 2020 in Uncategorized

If you speak Portuguese, this is for you. Ivaldo Bertazzo is offering a package for online classes. You get to be at 4 classes per week, live on zoom conference. In New Zealand they take place 3 AM and 11 AM, alternate days Tue-Fri. In these dark and uncertain times, thanks to Bertazzo, I am truly inspired, I feel motivated. I simply feel better. It makes...

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In the nest

Posted on Apr 9, 2020 in Uncategorized

In this time of unrest, we come to nest. It is the gift the pandemic has for us. It is time to heal and catch up with ourselves. It is time for contemplation and prayer, time for learning and reading. Time for connection, for music and silence. Self care has been an interesting task. But I am surprised to learn that I have developed skills and tools to...

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Life Interrupted

Posted on Mar 22, 2020 in Uncategorized

Due to the COVID 19 we are facing many challenges. I started isolation with my husband and daughter in our Paremata residence. I will miss my work with clients as well as massaging! If you would like to keep in contact or try an online movement session from the comfort of our homes, please send me an email or a text message. I will update this page...

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Having fun on Poles

Posted on Mar 12, 2020 in Uncategorized

People have a distorted perception that gait assisted with poles (nordic gait) is something derogatory to human biomechanics, or a sign of ageing. On the contrary, poles facilitate the transition of forces between the arms and the legs and reinstate quadruped strength, primal to humans. Furthermore, poles are an extension of the arms, functioning like...

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