—  MOVEMENT THERAPY—

Fast, effective and rapidly increase your mobility, improve posture and reduce pain

 

Have you ever been frustrated by niggling injuries or age old stories that prevent you from achieving your goals?

 

Why Movement Therapy?

Have you ever been frustrated by niggling injuries or age old stories that prevent you from achieving your goals? You can’t step up to the next level due to your physical limitations? Have you ever referred out to a medical practitioner only to be told you should stop training for 4 weeks or you repeatedly see them month after month with no real result? Imagine this could be overcome in minutes and not months…

Here at Satori Health, we do this using Anatomy In Motion’s ground breaking and ‘next generation’ techniques.

 

What is Movement Therapy?

One of the key factors in Movement Therapy is getting you off the “Physio’s couch” and getting the body moving while on your feet. Simple! 

  • Fast, effective and rapidly increase our clients mobility
  • Improve their posture and reduce their pain
  • This then gives them instant access to the possibility of achieving their goals through excellent progressive training programmes

For many, this means overcoming those niggles quickly and lose no training time, instead of waiting for a needless knee/back operation that could be avoided with a simple understanding of human movement. This means returning to full mobility, overcoming years of pain, defeating physical limitations and breaking through the barriers that hold you back.   The human body understands how to heal itself… it just needs a little encouragement.

 

“I have been working with Chris for the past 8 weeks on my back problems which I have endured ever since I took up running 8 years ago. It is a great feeling to run without pain and also running faster and easier too. Thanks Chris, wish I'd come to see you sooner, much sooner"
~ Darren W.

“When I attended my first Personal Training session with Chris I had been enduring intermittent sciatica pain for over two years... my range of movement is continually improving and I have experienced no sciatic discomfort for weeks. My only regret is that I didn't find Chris sooner"
~ J. Warner.