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    Yoga, Pilates, Hooping, meditation, GYROKINESIS®, Qigong, Taiji, and more. Our warm, inviting space overlooking downtown Carrboro is the perfect place to take a break from your hectic day, and feel better for doing it. Read More

  • Personal Training

    Working with us is about developing a fitness relationship. Fitness isn’t about being the fastest or the trimmest — it’s about finding the motivation to make a change that will improve your quality of life. That’s where we can help. Read More

  • Community Blog

    At Balanced Movement Studio, our community is our family. Our new blog is a place where we connect, share, and learn from each other about all things wellness and health. Read More

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  • Recent Posts From the Blog

    Fleet Feet Training: Full & Half – hill workout
    2016-01-26/27 Dynamic warm up as a group – see below 3 min Run for (to) the hills – 15 easy warm up 3 hill repeats at 15 seconds each (HARD EFFORT) – In-between each repeat you’ll have an exercise to do that will be 30 to 60 seconds long. (1) “do it on one” – […]
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    Core Corner: Step Ups with Dumbbells
    Winter is the time of year for planning, looking through the Event Guide and choosing your target events. This month’s core corner will review a simple movement pattern: the step up. This is a movement that can serve as a cornerstone for an overall lower extremity strength program.  This compound movement involving hip, knee and […]
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    Candlelight Yoga & Healing Meditations with Scott Campbell
    Sat, Jan 30th: Take the journey deeper into yourself for this special one-day class. Join Scott Campbell as he guides you through healing meditations, conscious breathing, and various active and passive Yoga poses, ending with deep relaxation.
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    Happy 2016!
    Happy New Year from Balanced Movement Studio! Check out our latest newsletter to read about some exciting changes we have in store for 2016, including our newest addition to the BMS family: the one and only Brian Beatty!
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  • Recent Posts From the Blog

    Core Corner: Side Lunge to Single Leg Balance
    Do you ever have knee pain while running? It can often be caused by weak hip stabilizers.  When we do repetitive movement in the same plane of motion (sagittal movement like walking, running, cycling), we can get weak in the other planes of motion from neglect (frontal-sideways, transverse-rotation). This exercise increases strength and hip stability […]
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Reviews

Balanced Movement Studio

5 out of 5 stars

Liz Bloomhardt
Liz Bloomhardt

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Balanced Movement Studio is a tool box I love to use. From personal training for fitness with Elizabeth, to personal training to overcome injury with Brian, from massage with Suzanna, to yoga classes with Scott, it's a place I keep going back to for exactly what I need, and sometimes for something new! The staff is like family and that really shows in the way they operate. I highly recommend them.

Adrian Carter
Adrian Carter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 day ago

After a semi-lifetime of ignoring the various aches and pains related to competitive cycling and sometime tennis hack, I finally went to Balanced Movement to be treated for a nagging knee injury. From there I " graduated " to Elizabeth's strength and conditioning classes to try to de-emphasize the rigors cycling had had on my body and regain some symmetry and balance. After a year of attending these core workouts, the difference was clear. I performed better than ever for an old guy ( even sometimes not so much a tennis hack ) and look forward to continuing to attend these Monday night core workouts to stave off the inevitable for as long as possible. Thanks ET!

Keith Gerarden
Keith Gerarden

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I've seen Balanced personnel for both physical therapy and general core strength and stability work, and my time there has been great. Everyone is fun to work with, and I've returned to my pre-injury state so I can again enjoy riding bikes, running, and more!