BOOK YOUR 20 MINUTE ASSESSMENT
Please follow the instructions below and use the contact form to book your free 20 minute session.
Before you shoot away please check:
- your lighting
- make sure you wear fitted clothing or go with minimal clothing
- make sure your whole body is in the shot
A: The assessment
Stand to face the camera
NOTE: If any of the following movements trigger pain, dizziness or shortness of breath stop right away, point and describe.
Take 3 deep breaths standing hip width apart
1. Turn your upper body as far around as possible to look towards you opposite heal.
2. Slowly roll forward like a rag doll just going as far as you can
3. Do 3 squats however low way possible
Turn with your back to the camera
Take 3 deep breaths
- Lift one leg up (balance hold onto something supportive if needed) 3x last lift try with eyes closed (ok to wobble)
- Toe raise, lift up onto your tip toes 3x and hold the last raise for 3 breaths
- Bring your palms and lower arm together vertically in front of your body, see if that is possible to do with lowered shoulders
Turn side on to the camera
Take 3 deep breaths
- Stand and lift your arms above your head, look ap and gently bring your head back as far as comfortable
- Interlace your hands behind your back lift your chest and bring your chin towards your chest
- Bend slowly forwards with soft knees taking your arms with you hold 3 breaths – and INHALE to come up
Demo video click here
Audio to talk your through in real time
I need your assessment at least 1 day before your session. Do it now, it takes 10 min max!!!
B: connect on skype
Use the button below to connect to me via skype:
(The chat button doesn’t work on some devices. If this is the case, please search for me over skype. My username is simone.moir )
If you don’t have a skype account, you will need to sign up for one as screen sharing option is ideal
Alternatively connect with me via Zoom or WhatsApp video.
Make sure your pc/phone/tablet is ready to receive a skype call or is set up ready to go.
Attempt signing in on your device a couple of days before the session
3. Explore good posture
is not down to trying harder but allowing the right muscles to do the job they are designed to do:
- chin parallel to the floor
- head above the shoulders
- shoulders even and centred (look at your palms where do they face when your arms dangle)
- neutral spine well curved
- abdominal muscles lift slightly on exhale
- hips even same height and position
- feet parallel to one another
- knees even and pointing straight ahead (like headlights)
- body weight distributed evenly on both feet.
- healthy bouncy arches