If you are an athlete or frequently practice an activity that takes any level of skill (yes, this includes gardening, playing the cello, or riding a horse) then there’s a chance you can fine tune your technique.
As human beings, we have unique physical characteristics that encourage us to perform skills in a certain way. What we can’t always see is that the most easy or natural way isn’t always the best way. If we default to what “feels” natural, we’ll often lose some level of performance, or worse end up injured.
One of my favorite parts of my job is helping people eek more efficiency, power, speed, comfort, or enjoyment out of their activities. I’m often amazed at what a few cues to one’s technique can do for their performance of a skill. If you don’t know what you you’re doing wrong, you won’t know how to fix it. So, let me help you find your blind spots with your activities. You’ll achieve fast and tangible improvement that makes you better at what you love and reduces your injury risk.