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Mariela Panero

Praticien(ne) certifié(e)

Date de certification du praticien:

Date des formations continues suivies par le praticien

When I first came across Anti-gymnastique I was immediately drawn to the unique way it addresses the whole person – working on the body and mind together. With a career first in dance and then in Pilates, I had spent many years focused on the physical dimension but it always felt as though I wasn’t quite seeing the full picture. Finding Antigym changed all that! Practicing this method has allowed me to develop my understanding of the mind-body connection and brought me great benefits: better alignment, decreased tension, greater freedom of movement and an enhanced sense of well being. I feel privileged to be able to share this unique and transformative method with my clients.

I offer: 

Weekly sessions:

Tuesday 6.30pm

Thursday 10.30am

Weekly sessions are around one hour and 30 minutes long.  (at the moment via Zoom)

 

Monthly workshops:

 These three-hour workshops give an excellent introduction to Antigym and its powerful effect on body awareness, alignment, and flexibility. For more information, please call/email 07773 412103, paneromar@yahoo.co.uk.

The next Workshop will take place on Saturday 3rd of December 2022 at Kilburn Methodist Church, Kingsgate Road London NW6 4PR.

From 2 to 5pm, cost £75.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me by email or mobile phone if you would like more information.

 

 

Testimonials:

 

“After 22 years of Pilates I thought I understood my body.  Antigym has been both a revelation and an education, de-stressing and connecting at the most profound level. Antigym is a calm and precise method; it brings about a level of concentration that works to mend the body yet also takes the participant to a deep meditative place. Sessions feel restorative to mind, body and soul.  They can feel emotional or revelatory too as the body releases ancient tensions it didn’t know it was holding.  The process of awakening ourselves to muscles we are unaware of and bringing the body to abandon the tricks it has been using to protect itself can be both tiring and energising.  Antigym progresses in its own fascinating and unguessable way.

 

The constant is Mariela’s understanding of anatomy and her ability to make connections – these run so deep. I’ve met parts of my body I barely knew existed. At my age it’s a remarkable feeling to gain ownership and understanding of oneself. The ongoing work to release a lifetime’s tension and stress in the back, neck and jaw is a particular joy.”

 

Monique

 

 “My anti-gym session is a highlight of my week. Lying down, listening to Mariela’s mellifluous voice, I love the way that both body and mind are engaged with following her instructions. Sometimes the moves are painful – those cork balls! – sometimes they are tiny, but they seem to encourage a deep connection with the way the body functions. I breathe more deeply. Tensions that have been there for decades gradually relax. At the end, when I stand up, invariably I feel that my feet are planted more securely on the ground, while the rest of the body grows to new heights. Sometimes the voice even drops. One never knows what challenges old age might bring, but anti-gym has helped me to face the future with greater confidence and optimism. I only wish I had started sooner!”

 

Jane 

Mes coordonnees

Praticien(ne) certifié(e)
Dartmouth Road
Willesden Green
NW2 4EL Greater London
United Kingdom
44 7773412103 /
Praticien(ne) certifié(e)
Quex Road Methodist Church
Kingsgate Road
NW6 4PR Greater London
United Kingdom
07 77 34 12 103 /

Mes stages

Antigym Workshop at Pilates@Quex Road

Ce stage vous est proposé par Mariela PANERO

Date début du stage: samedi 3 décembre 2022

Date fin du stage: samedi 3 décembre 2022

Nombre de jours: 1

Adresse du stage:

Quex Road Methodist Church

3 Kingsgate Road

NW6 4TD Greater London

United Kingdom

Téléphone: 077734 12103

Email: paneromar@yahoo.co.uk

Descriptif du stage:

This three hours workshop give an excellent introduction to Antigym and its powerful effect on body awareness, alignment, and flexibility.
It will start at 2 pm and finish around 5 pm, the cost is £75.

“The sacroiliac joints, the neck and the feet”

“The pelvic girdle is involved in all our movements, and therefore it is part of the locomotor system. The pelvis participates in all movements of the upper body, the torso, and influences the wellbeing of the feet. In this workshop we will explore this close-knit relationship between pelvis, neck and feet, facilitating freedom of movement and a sense of wellbeing”