We’ve all been adjusting to the “new normal” amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, and we hope you’re hanging in there. At Balanced Movement, we’ve been working hard this past week to transition as many of our services as possible to an online / remote format. Read on to learn about our current offerings.
We get it. You know you “should” do strength & core work to support your long distance running goals — but where does the time go? ⏱
If you’re training for a fall marathon or half marathon, we’ve got an online strength program just for you. 🏃♀️🏃♂️
New morning yoga classes at the studio every Wednesday & Friday at 11am!
A perfect complement to our Monday morning Running Strength & Skills Class, our new online subscription program gives you access to ALL of our current and future running strength, skills, and educational programs for just $15 bucks a month!
Balanced Movement for Endurance Sports: Weekly Workouts for Strength, Mobility, and Coordination
— designed to help you transform the pesky overuse / injury cycle for good. We’re so excited to launch this new online resource. Come join us!
Balanced Movement Studio’s Pedaling & Biomechanical Analysis is designed to optimize your body to your bike. Once your bicycle is adjusted to fit your body, we refine your body’s strength and mobility for optimal power to the pedals. The end result? You go FASTER! And you avoid pesky injuries in the process.
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!
A common question we’re asked at the clinic is: “I’m looking for a little advice about how to manage a driving trip this weekend. I’ll be in the car (driving) for 4-5 hours, depending on traffic. Any suggestions?” This question was from a person recovering from lumbar disc surgery, but the answer is applicable to […]
It is far too easy to get sucked into long periods of seated computer work. Sustained seated compressive load is unhealthy for the spine and joints. Here’s an app that can be used as a reminder.
Features for an Ergonomic Seated Office Task chair: Adjustable seat height Adjustable seat pan depth, seat pan with a waterfall front edge Adjustable back support, either adjustable via the entire seat back or adjustable lumbar support within the existing seat back Arm rests adjustable in height and width. Seat pan should have forward and backward […]