Having a home set up that meets your needs for props and appropriate equipment for your height, weight, and movement needs is essential
to work with your body as opposed to working against a setup. In the studio part of our time together involves my planning and set up for your needs. Now more than ever is a great time to plan your home set up, learn your movements, and develop your practice of movement and body balance. Most of my clients have structural and/or functional muscle imbalances this requires lighter training and a high level of body awareness while using the equipment. You will likely need up to 10 sessions to develop your body awareness and learn how to work with your imbalances.
Bodies are organic, not machines, and this means you will need to learn how to help yourself move well depending on what you have done the day prior or how your body is living that day. A VARIETY of tools is how we accommodate our bodies. See my starter suggestions below.
Links are listed at the bottom of this post.