Ballet Body Sculpture

Ballet Body Sculpture is a Unique Ballet Based Exercise Workout Program regardless of your age, ballet, dance or fitness experience. Perfect for those looking to create a graceful posture and body line, using techniques from classical ballet, Pilates, stretching and Neuro Linguistic Programming; forming a powerful mind & body connection for immediate and lasting results. No previous experience in ballet is necessary to join our classes and start creating your dream body line, elegance & posture. Available classes : Group & Personal training 

 

The Truth About Mind & Body Management

In this blog post I thought we’d start out by laying out a few aspects of an effective body and mind maintenance program. So listen up, here’s a few questions you need to ask yourself, and what you need to know as the foundations :

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1. How connected is your mind is with each part of your body, i.e. when was the last time you moved your consciousness into your big toe, or all the parts of you body by using thought to make a link?

2.  How quickly and firmly can your muscles tense when you isolate one group in your mind?

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If you want to live a long and healthy life, this list will do to start you off thinking, so you can work towards an optimised body and mind. But before we go any further, we have to return to what is an optimised body. This is not an excuse to say I’m a bit overweight and that’s my optimal profile, it’s being real and honest with yourself and working towards a healthier you in every way possible — Your optimal survival form which means a lean fit body, and a sharp mind.

 

Of course how long you’ve spent sending your body the other direction in all the years, will certainly come into the mix when you want to turn the tide around the other way, as well as the environmental factors you are up against that are quite not so cool to be breathing in and eating— here’s a list.

  • Pesticides on fruit and vegetables - sometimes 27 types on those you buy at the supermarket.
  • Milk - cows are kept pregnant 7 times to ensure they continually lactate.
  • Meat, beef and chicken - growth hormones and antibiotics 55% of US antibiotics are pumped into livestock.
  • Sugar is highly addictive – refined sugars.
  • High fructose corn syrup - causes diabetes.
  • Packaging – chemicals leach into food.
  • Water – fluoride reduces IQ in children.
  • Mercury – toxic levels in some fish.
  • Aluminium in the air.
  • Genetically modified foods.
  • Microwave ovens — irradiated food kills nutrients and causes a long list of very harmful effects.
  • Mobile phone radiation.
  • WiFi - microwaves - linked to a reduction in female brain activity, child brain growth, sperm damage, increased heart rate.
  • Marine cargo pollution – one cargo ship produces more cancer causing chemicals than 50 Million cars - there are 6000 giant cargo ships at sea.
  • Air flights - there are over one hundred thousand air flights each day - producing global high altitude pollution.

This is just an introduction into the world of health hazards we are exposed to, so what does it mean? Well our ancestors lived in a world free of what we have to deal with, so is it any wonder there are epidemic proportions of obesity, Alzheimer’s, and cancer these days.

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All we can do is optimise our chances for a longer life, by working with the bodies and brains we have to ensure we have the best possible chance for a longer life.

Here’s a couple of tips:

Laugh more and longer

Have more fun

Sleep more

Watch what you eat and drink

Talk to more people (people you don’t know)

Avoid toxic stress (brain damage)

Place yourself in a progressive environment

Exercise across your day

Take up hand eye coordination like juggling

Minimise processed sugar intake

Avoid habitual subconscious behaviour

Learn to manage your emotions

Increase your levels of awareness/ consciousness

Love more.

 

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