This is a guide containing some ideas for stretches and strengthening exercises.
There are not suited for everyone. Please ask how to do them if you are unsure.

What is a Movement Restoration coach?

MRC is a mix of physiotherapy and personal training.

There is 3 different levels:

  • Injury prevention: This is what i want to focus on with any of my clients because PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE! as a MRC I assess, manage and prevent injuries. My screening tests will help me to judge if I should refer or if I can treat and prescribe stretches and corrective exercises.
  • Rehab express: Here I identify the muscle imbalances in the entire body. There are specific common patens that people have that result with pain, injuries. Previous injuries also will create future injuries when they are not treated properly. The human body is AMAZING. It will adapt, stop the pain but it doesn’t mean the problem is solved. Tensions are accumulated elsewhere. The human body will cope with it until something simple or traumatic happens, and that’s when issues will start.
  • Rehab training: This is the part where I make my clients workout. The idea is to switch the brain on where it was off for so many years. We can retrain the brain, create new neuro pathways to rehabilitate the inactivated muscles. In group sessions or during the Remedial treatment, I get my clients to move. My exercises are specific to the muscles I want to correct.

More than just exercises

During the session, I show the exercises and stretches. It is important that I am able to show my clients and correct them as they do the movement because when the body is unbalanced, our body awareness can be low so we think we do the exercises right but in fact, the brain use the easy pathway in order to create the movement.


  • So I demonstrate
  • I correct as you do the movement
  • I teach you how to do your own Myofascial release at home
  • I create a program adjusted for your needs for you to do at home

What equipment is used?

Posture Pro and Dowel

This is a great tool that I recommend to get. All myofascial release are done with that little tool

Suspension trainers

Not every exercises require them but they are very handy and are very effective

Kettle bells

Now you are afraid!

There are use for myofascial release and for some gentle exercises as well as swings. Their shapes allows a wide range of rehabilitation movements

Swiss ball

We can be very creative with the Swiss ball to target some group muscles