About Aqua Moves Physiotherapy
“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save and preserve it” Plato
- That every individual has the capacity to learn and improve their quality of life and movement.
- In respect, honesty and integrity.
- In the importance feeling heard.
- That when an individual expands their awareness and understanding of their body, that they are empowered to help themselves.
- That this work will change how therapists work in and use water.
Toni Fuller and Lisa Gilkes have worked closely to develop the Neuroaquatics Approach. The principles of Feldenkrais certainly influence this work, however it is also based on the most recent research on motor learning, brain neuroplasticity and pain. “We are both passionate about our work and genuinely care about our clients. Each individual offers us an opportunity to develop and refine this work and we have always enjoyed the collaboration and learning this offers. It is exciting for both of us to develop and share this work.”