Imagine this :

You go for a run and misjudge your step off the side of the curb … leaving you with a sprained ankle (or worse) and out of commission for the next six weeks

You need the extra large suitcase from the back of the closet and have to get down on all fours to lug it out. On the third tug you feel your back go out … making the thought of vacation the last thing on your mind

You sleep funny one night and wake up with a crick in your neck that ends up lasting a week .. nagging you at every chance it gets

The above is real life.
The trouble is, traditional training and other forms of exercise often don’t prepare you for any of the above situations. Our bodies are dynamic and way too complex to achieve a desired level of fitness
and think we’ll be immune to real life by just running or just squatting.
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Who is Emily?

Emily is a movement specialist. She uses a combination of knowledge, experience, and intuitive expertise to help her clients become better humans so that they can do the things they love to do and lead lives free of pain (and full of fun).

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Why Mobility Work?

Because life is lived in 3D. Because traditional exercise only prepares you for a fraction of what life asks of you. Because injuries always occur in the spaces of the body that didn’t have the capacity to withstand the additional force.

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A good teacher can never be fixed in a routine. Each moment requires a sensitive mind that is constantly changing and constantly adapting. A teacher must never impost this student to fit his favorite pattern. A good teacher protects his pupils from his own influence. A teacher is never a giver of truth; he is a guide, a pointer to the truth that each student must find for himself. I am not teaching you anything, I just help you to explore yourself.

— Bruce Lee