What does MAP mean?
Myofascial Activated Posture is a rehabilitation tool that focuses on combining muscle and connective tissue (fascia) in movement.
What does MAP aim to achieve?
MAP aims to counteract the effect of modern day sedentary posture due to sitting, poor lifestyle habits and stress patterns. MAP enables us to do life more efficiently and freely.
What makes MAP different?
MAP redefines the core as an integrated myofascial web, rather than an isolated muscle group. We address the fear of movement rather than focusing on isolated muscle movement.
How do I become a MAP Trainer?
Follow the 5 STEPS listed here