Fall in love with movement.

 
Limber movement love
 

We have lost much of our ability to move pain free simply because we don't work in environments that allow us to use our body through its full range of motion each day. 

With scientific research showing that our ability to sit on the ground & rise up to standing is a predictor of survival (or broadly speaking, health), there is a growing movement for increasing the time we spend in fundamental ground postures being driven by thought leading performance coaches and movement practitioners around the globe. 

 

Meet Ido Portal. Ido is an influential high performance trainer and mover with a large following, focussing on movement to realise the full potential of the human body.

 

What's to it? 

 
Floor sitting allows you to use and maintain your bodies range of motion, balance and strength, each day every day.

Floor sitting allows you to use and maintain your bodies range of motion, balance and strength, each day every day.

 

As humans, throughout all cultures, all ages have spent our resting & much of our working lives on the ground in variations of squat, kneeling or cross-legged postures. We found it easy getting into & out of these postures until we introduced objects into our spaces which limited our movement, creating bodies with dis-ease in both form & function (Beach 2010).

It is time to fall in love with movement, to re-embrace & rise up from the ground more regularly.

Through such a simple act we give our bodies the opportunity to be strong, balanced & in tune. We give it the opportunity to move, stretch & generate health. 

It is time we started making the environments we spend our productive lives in spaces which invite, incentivise & support movement. Spaces which support life and performance.

That's what sparked our passion and lead us to creating the Limber Studio


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The Limber Studio has been created in a collaboration of health professionals, creative thinkers & engineers to bring the focus back to what’s important. It’s not prolonged sitting, nor is it prolonged standing.

It’s movement.