What is Body Rolling?
Would you exercise more if it took less time and felt better? Of course! Our body rolling classes offers the benefits of a workout, yoga and massage rolled into one.
This energizing yet soothing workout elongates, tones, strengthens and aligns the body. Using revolutionary techniques and special body rolling balls, you’ll work muscles you didn’t even know you had while increasing your overall circulation, freeing up muscle restrictions, improving range of motion, flexibility, and posture and developing core strength. The best part is that it feels like deep tissue massage.
Body Rolling Technique
How does it work?
Body Rolling fitness works the way a hands-on practitioner works – only using a ball. The ball helps to stretch your muscles, dislodge tension and discomfort, increase blood flow and promote healing.
Lying over the ball, you literally roll your body out like dough, stretching and elongating your muscles. Starting where each muscle begins, at its origin, you roll toward where it attaches to the point called its insertion.
Using these techniques on your spine, you are stimulating the nerve roots which, in turn, stimulate our vital organs and glands. This encourages lymphatic drainage and even helps some people los
Body rolling also relieves headaches, lower back problems,
back, neck and shoulder tension
and problems stemming from the repetitive stress syndromes, such as carpal tunnel. It is also especially good for people with foot problems. Regular work with the foot savers can alleviate painful the symptoms of plantar faciatus.e weight by increasing the metabolism. It also helps to relieve those icky situations like constipation and fluid retention.
Is it for me?
Using different sized balls for different parts of your body, there are routines that will help everyone … from professional athletes to desk jockeys! Use YBR while on the job to work your back, legs, chest, shoulders, and neck – without having to make extra time for it after work.
Body rolling is the perfect compliment to your Pilates, yoga and fitness routines. It does wonders for runners, cyclists, golfers, dancers and marathon computer users alike!
This class is taught by Linda-Larsons Pryor who has been in the fitness industry for…