SCOLIO-PILATES WITH MARY
Scolio-Pilates® with Mary
Scoloio-Pilates® is a three dimensional exercise program for scoliosis founded by Karena Thek. The program is designed to elongate the spine towards neutral with strengthening techniques to support the spine in its new alignment. Mary is one of two authorized practitioners in South Carolina.
The YUR Back® exercise program, created by Dr. Christine Romani-Ruby combines therapeutic exercise, Pilates, and muscle balancing techniques to create a safe and effective work out for those recovering from low back pain.
The Pink Ribbon Program will help stretch and strengthen the shoulder, chest, back, and abdominal muscles, allowing women to regain full range of motion to those areas affected by breast cancer surgery. This program is suitable whether your surgery was recent or several years ago and accommodates all fitness levels. We offer a free postural analysis and Pink Ribbon Program session to breast cancer survivors.
PILATES FOR PINK
During the month of October, if you make a $20 + donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation your name will be entered into a drawing for a free private session with Mary.
POSTURAL AND MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
Postural & Movement Analysis with Mary
Many people suffer with soft tissue ailments. These ailments are often the result of a postural misalignment. Mary will conduct a detailed assessment of your posture and movement and customize a personal strategy based on the results.
The word Reiki is made of two Japense words: "Rei" meaning "God's wisdom or the higher power" and "Ki" meaning "life force energy". It is transmitted from the untapped resevoir of energy that surrounds us in the universe, in it's purest form. As a therapist places their hands on (or over) a client and energetic connection is formed through the therapist as the client draws in the energy they need for the healing treatment. The human body is an intelligent organism that knows what it requires to heal. By original design it is created to self heal through cellular regeneration.
Reiki therapy has grown to become an important integrative therapy in many American hospitals including Beth Israel, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Johns Hopkins , Duke Integrated Medicine, Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Yale University, Hartford Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center and is offered in Veteran's Hospitals nationwide.
The benefits or Reiki are relaxation, pain relief, and accelerated healing from sickness and injury. The goal is to improve the flow and balance of energy (or "Ki") in the body.