Part cardio. Part mind-body.
Part strength. Totally unique.
The new CoreAlign® from Balanced Body® improves posture, balance and functional movement in a fast-paced, challenging workout unlike anything else. Clients at all fitness levels will feel the difference after one session. Developed by Jonathan Hoffman, the CoreAlign system is available from Balanced Body.
The CoreAlign method stimulates core stability muscles to fire in perfect timing while performing challenging exercises, very deep stretches and core controlled aerobic training. The method is used for musculoskeletal rehabilitation, performance enhancement and as a regular sport for a healthy lifestyle.
Balanced Body® offers CoreAlign training, which is strongly recommended for individuals with a good background in movement, such as accredited Pilates instructors, personal trainers and physical therapists.
CoreAlign Level 1 training (16 hours)
An introduction to the CoreAlign product and concept. The essential components of full-body standing stability and mobility training are covered, as well as assessing and correcting alignment and weight transfer during functional full-body movements from the standing position. Essential safety information and a set of 44 basic exercises are included.
Prerequisite: recommended for individuals with a good background in movement.
CoreAlign Level 2 training (16 hours)
Includes a repertoire of 70+ unique and practical exercises, covering a wide variety of human movement aspects. This course consolidates the concept and broadens the range of exercises which can be used with the CoreAlign.
Prerequisite: CoreAlign Level 1.
CoreAlign Level 3 training (16 hours)
Includes a repertoire of 70+ additional exercises, further consolidating the concept and broadening the range of exercises which can be used with the CoreAlign.
Prerequisite: due to the advanced level of the exercises, CoreAlign Level 2 is recommended as a prerequisite.
Have you completed your training requirements?
An article from Jonathan Hoffman, inventor of the CoreAlign, on his movement theories and how they relate to Pilates and CoreAlign: Expanding Panjabi’s stability model to express movement: A theoretical model.