Body Reboot Coaches: Jess and Roumy (left), Individual Coaching (right) – Body Reboot

• What is the Body Reboot method?
It's quite simply "the new posture", explain Mariana Minisan, and Jessica Braud who invented this "gym" implemented as part of their Moving Forward association. It is based on stretching and mobility with the aim of correcting bad postures. “By placing your body well, it becomes your ally, by placing it incorrectly it becomes your enemy,” explains Jessica Braud, aka “Jess”. We work on the spine, so that it is flexible and strong because it is like the mast of a boat: it is the essential element of the body which allows us to hold the rest and move forward! »

“In fact,” adds Mariana Minisan, alias “Roumy”, at the origin of Body Reboot, “our method aims to deprogram bad postures that are too often poorly taught in order to reprogram good ones. The Body Reboot concept demolishes certain myths and beliefs concerning daily or sporting actions practiced during bodybuilding sessions or in everyday life.

Example: we have always heard that you have to stick your chest out to stand up. At Body Reboot, on the contrary, it is prohibited. “It’s heresy anatomically speaking,” continues Jess. Because this gesture further deforms the spinal column, which accentuates the lumbar and cervical hollowing, thus leading to collapse and compression of the discs which causes a lot of back pain. »

“By placing your body well, it becomes your ally, by placing it incorrectly it becomes your enemy”

• Why is it good?
Thanks to a unique postural analysis, this method helps improve tone, mobility, flexibility and, above all, reduce pain. We rebalance the posture in order to avoid compensations and, in doing so, we unblock the painful points in the lower back or in the neck, often favored by a sedentary lifestyle. It is more relevant than fitness where, through ignorance, we sometimes learn to adopt bad investment habits.

“A little different workout to break the routine”

With whom ?
With “Jess”, a great sports coach, always in a good mood, and a former dancer (Latin dance). A state graduate, she is also a yoga teacher, Pilates instructor and sports medicine instructor with a university diploma in “sport & cancer” (Paris XIII) in her pocket. Other courses are provided by the “Jess-Roumy” tandem in the 6e and 16e boroughs. 

• How does it happen ?
Everyone arrives a little before ten o'clock (or 11 o'clock for the next class) in gym clothes. Some exercises are done on the floor and the mat is provided. Weights of 1 or 2 kilos are also available. No two courses are the same. As an experienced coach, Jess “feels” the room and plays it intuitively based on the energy that emanates from it. We do not see the time passing. 

• When is it?
Monday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. or from 11 a.m. to noon. 

Body Reboot flexibility course

• What is the spirit of the place?
The Halle des Blancs Manteaux, in the heart of the Marais, emits good vibrations. Classes take place in one of the two dance rooms on the first floor.

Why do we love?
Thanks to Jess, the atmosphere is very nice. Good humor is in order and the pace is dynamic. No session is like another: it is never repetitive. Above all, the results are there: after about fifteen weeks, le Marais Mood can attest to this.

Body Reboot with Jessica (Moving Forward association)
Hall of White Coats
48, rue Vieille du Temple, 75004 Paris
Body strengthening/stretching, Monday at 10 a.m. or 11 a.m.
To book

« Body Reboot takes you further, and guides you step by step« 

Text: Axel G.

17.02.22

TO TAKE CARE OF YOU, IT'S THIS WAY

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