Fascial Training

  U.A.AC

Fascial training is a specific training for stimulating the characteristics of the muscular connective tissue, to prevent tenseness and to reduce pain. It will be trained with the so called "Blackroll" in particular.

 

DATES AND BOOKING

Contact

Name

Tineke Terhorst

Diplom-Sportwissenschaftlerin

Email

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Target group and Prerequisites

This course is for everyone, athlete or no athlete at every age, who wants to get to know and learn to estimate its body properly. If the weather is good, the course Movement and Mobility will occur outside; the meeting point is sports hall Königstraße. Previous experience is recommended in this course.

Fascial Training should be only performed in the following with caution and upon consultation of a doctor: Osteoporosis, urgent discopathy, urgent inflammations, thrombosis, hypertension, rheumatism of soft parts and also fibromyalgia.

Content and Objectives

Fascia (conjunctive tissue) get through our whole body and surround our organs. As well as our muscles they need different and regular training stimulus. With a specific fascial training mobility as movement quality can be increased and tensions and pain, for example because of long sitting times, can be reduced. Beside self-perception coordinative skills are trained. The exercises are especially realized with a fascia roll (Blackroll). The training stands for a better life awareness by movement quality without pain. It is oriented towards the concept Painfree Fascia ®, but it is also complemented with elements from other training concepts from the area of Mobility. The course Movement and Mobility is mainly about improving flexibility and movement variety.

 

Sports Facilities

Fitnesshalle 2 Königshügel
Turnhalle Königstraße

Materials

To participate you must bring a separate, clean pair of gym shoes. Comfortable athletic clothing is sufficient.

Course Cancellations and Facility Closures

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