I thought I would write something brief about my latest training session before the weeks fly past again. On the 19th and 20th February Kim Johnson (my trainer) flew in from the UK to spend a weekend with me doing a one to one training session focusing on lower back issues, treatments around the pelvis, mobilisation techniques, aftercare, exercise, more STRs (Soft Tissue Release) and METs (Muscle Energy Techniques). We also managed to do some fairly amazing Myofascial advanced work. Kim is a Chartered Physiotherapist and Massage Therapist. She has a special interest in muscle imbalance and sacroilliac joint pathology. She has a wealth of experience in manual therapy techniques and has written articles on pelvic girdle pain as well as articles on cervicogenic headache, massage in palliative care, chronic pain conditions, hypomobility syndromes, trigger pointing and osteo-pathologies. Kim gained her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy at Brunel University then undertook postgraduate study at Leicester Medical School focusing on anatomy and dissection. She has trained in modified Pilates at the APPI, Vertebral Manipulation, Soft Tissue Release, Sports Injury Rehabilitation and studied with Inspire to gain her ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage. All that is left for me to say is it was an amazing weekend and I gained many new skills and an enhanced level of understanding than I thought possible. Kim is so passionate about what she does and learning is fun and exciting. I feel one to one training offers so much more as it allows you to expand your knowledge by asking those questions that in a 'one day course' environment you do not ask for fear of being ridiculed. One to one allows you to be open, honest and that alows learning to be absorbed easily. Thank you Kim I am very fortunate to have trained under you. Finally a big thank you to all my clients that acted as models for the both Saturday and Sunday. You all made the weekend that bit more special.


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