In this episode, Janet and Nikki chat with Claudia Moose, founder of Primal Movement Works about how to apply primal movements to post rehab, Pilates and fitness.
- The theory behind primal movement and why it’s beneficial
- Different styles of and applications for crawling
- How crawling and other primal movements can help us recover from injury and improve gait patterns and performance.
- How to integrate primal movement explorations into a Pilates or fitness setting
- The difference between increasing tolerance to novel movement and physical pain that could lead to injury
- Claudia’s journey in using primal movement to come back from a traumatic ankle injury
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Episode length: 51 minutes
About Claudia Moose
Claudia Moose, ATC, CSCS, NASM-PES, PMA-CPT, Movement and Manual Therapist: B.A. Movement and Exercise Science emphasis Sports Medicine (Exercise Science and Athletic Training) Chapman University. Balance Body Master Instructor (Anatomy & Movement, Pilates, MOTR, Bodhi), Partner of Absolute Center and Founder of Primal Movement Works!.
As an Athletic Trainer, working in the industry since 1985, she shares the dual role of a movement educator and a manual therapist. Her manual therapy studies including myofascial release, PNF, joint mobilization, muscle energy, positional release, active release, and acupressure. Her movement studies include functional movement training, Olympic lifting, power lifting, suspension training, plyometrics, sports specific training, integrated movement, rehabilitation and post-rehabilitation, corrective exercise, Pilates, yoga and CoreAlign.