"Balancing lives by improving fitness, flexibility and strength."
Like most things we can look at it two ways:
– Physical ability to exert effort upon demand.
– Mental preparedness to face life’s challenges with out too much stress.
Being in our body means we can connect with that wisdom, feel better, ground ourselves down, slow down our thoughts and the aspects of mind that move us toward stress and help us find an elevated state of being. Challenging our fitness also means, pushing our selves outside of what’s comfortable. Mentally this can mean, taking on something that you have never done before and rising to the challenge and growing. Physically this may mean, running further, faster or harder, doing more, becoming more efficient or achieving something physically that you have never done before.
F2M is adamant that flexibility is your insurance policy to reduce the effects of pain and aging, chiro and physio bills and the key to really being in your body. There is allot to be said in this section about fascia, connective tissue and all the wonderful biomechanics and science behind the bodies integrative network. But the simple truth is this. If your body is tight and in flexible (rigid) you are surely prone to all the obvious pains of modern day living. Mentally and emotionally having a more flexible attitude toward life would see allot more happiness and allot less pressure. One of the best things about life is its uncertainty! We can try to control it as much as we like, set expectations, try to change people, be fixed and firm in our attitude. But more often than not we are the ones that then suffer because things did not go according to plan.
Strength supports the bodies structure from the inside out, it provides honest to goodness joint stability and integrity.
Mentally, this goes with out saying! The ability to move through life’s challenge without ignorance or stubbornness is a reflection of ones strength. Learning, growing and evolving and developing self-awareness are true characteristics of strength.
“Without a doubt, the best trainer I have ever had. Liz just gets what I need – I never felt better then when training with Liz. Sessions balanced between intense workouts and yoga….Excellent results in both mind & body.”Elissa Caligiuri
Love Love Love training with Liz! I’ve never worked so hard and seen such results in my life. Liz has taught me so much about fitness and always pushes me to go harder than I ever thought I could go! Best.Trainer.Ever!Madi Lianos
Liz has been training me for the last 5 months. I was previously spending a fortune on an osteopath which only provided temporary relief from pain. After a couple of months of Yoga with Liz I lost in excess of 5 kilos and was pain-free.Shannon Durrant
Liz is a very personable woman with a passion for fitness and extensive experience in a range of fitness disciplines. She is able to adapt to clients needs and realizes that ensuring training has an enjoyable element.Lou Hardy
Liz has been a fantastic yoga teacher. She understands the limits of each person’s body (and mind); is flexible and creative in her approach to classes.Gloria Chan
I highly recommend Liz to anyone who is either a learner or experienced yoga practitioner.Lou Hardy
I love moving better, yoga and hands on massage / stretch therapy has helped allot. Working with Liz has been heaps of fun and rewarding!!Athina Calagis
Liz is always willing to think outside the box to challenge each person. You can never guess what the next class will be like, but you know you will be in a for great work-out!Gloria Chan
Liz always goes above and beyond and genuinely cares about her clients. She provides lots of support no matter what your goals are and her sessions are always motivating and fun. I highly recommend Liz as a personal trainer.Shannon Durrant
I love how patient Liz is with my lack of balance and flexibility. Yoga is doing wonders for my back.Sharon Windsor
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