WHAT IS ANATOMY IN MOTION?
Anatomy in Motion is a movement oriented education system, developed by Gary Ward. It is based on the the premise that gait (walking) uses every joint in the body through full range in all available dimensions. Analysing gait and its component motions enables us to address non-optimal movement patterns for whole body revitalization.
WHAT DOES A TYPICAL AiM ASSESSMENT LOOK LIKE?
The AiM Assessment comprises of, but is not limited to, 3 key assessments:
Gait (walking) analysis
This information enables us to: Shine a light on your body's missing movements and place it in an environment where healing can begin.
ARE YOU READY TO WORK WITH ME?
I do not fix you. The human body is the ultimate healer – a title belonging to no therapist. This process will see us working together to help you to bring your own body into alignment and create an environment in which the healing can begin.
Those successful with this work:
Are ready to take ownership of their health and wellbeing with the help of a guide
Are free from expectation and ready to embark on a journey of self discovery
Understand the value of this approach
AiM CLIENT RESULTS
Below is an example of the awesome bodily changes that can occur from utilizing the AiM process. In this video we see a body that has upgraded to become:
More energy efficient
See what our AiM clients are saying
'I sought Christos out after learning about Gary Ward’s Anatomy in Motion (AiM) approach to resolving injuries and pain. I had a knee injury and also wanted to improve my running form, both of which have improved significantly thanks to Christos. He is passionate about his work and is intensely interested in understanding how my body moves in order to tailor exercises for my improvement. He provides easy-to-understand explanations for how I am currently moving and the purpose of each of the exercises. He’s a genuinely lovely person and his customer service is excellent. I definitely recommend seeing Christos to resolve any injuries or pain you may have, and/or to go down the AiM pathway to resolve any poor movement habits you might have developed which could lead to future injuries or pain'
Long distance runner
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