The system of Primal Move teaches us to move again, focusing on the quality of movement and the gradual development of movement patterns. PMF basic exercises themselves help to improve our movement - starting from the simplest and easiest movements towards harder and harder, more and more difficult and complex exercises.
When we start to do Primal Move we can experience that our range of movement has been limited and that we cannot control the situation and we are not moving the way we want to. It is similar to when after having parked our car in an underground garage we don''t realise our position until we want to drive up to the ground floor. Primal Move Regeneration is the hall of PMF. Movement analysis and multilevel directed progression exercise series help us to come up to the surface feeling fresher and regenerated like a Phoenix rises from the ashes.
Primal Move Regeneration is mainly for those who would like to start to move but who are not well physically prepared yet or who don''t have mobility, stability and fitness skills which are necessary for doing PMF basic exercises, or who are suffering from any earlier injuries in their movement system.
To sum up, PMR can help in the following cases:
- to regain lost physical fitness
- to make progress after earlier sports injuries
- to develop the movement patterns (e.g. after rehabilitation of physiotherapy)
- to release and increase limited movement range
- to prevent injuries caused by wrong or missing movement patterns
- to prepare for PMF exercises
- to develop movement consciously
- to discover injuries of movement patterns caused by fascial-matrix created by soft-tissues
- to rationalise the operation of myofascial-chains
- to integrate reflex-therapy into movement
- to achieve painless movement
We train our PMR Instructors how to analyze and evaluate the clients'' movement and how to be able to localize the areas which are hiding behind wrong movement patterns. Bodyreading during movement can reveal the obstacles which hinder the client from achieving his aim.