What is the difference between The Roll Model® Method and Yoga Tune Up®?

Our two fitness formats are Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method. In this article we explain what they are.

Written by Justice
Updated over a week ago

The Roll Model® Method is a soft-tissue conditioning, self-care fitness format that uses the various Roll Model® Therapy Balls for self-myofascial release (self-massage). This may include breath work, CheckIn and ReCheck, elements of alignment, anatomy instruction and mental awareness (such as conscious relaxation/meditation).

Yoga Tune Up® is a self-care fitness format that includes all of the elements above (although it may or may not include Roll Model® Therapy Ball work), however it also includes dynamic and static range of motion exercises to target the body’s blind spots to improve proprioception (body sense), interoception (physiological listening) and motor control (performance). This format utilizes unique exercises that educate each practitioner about their body biomechanics and their personal relationship to how they use their body on a daily basis. Mindset work surrounds and infuses each YTU lesson so that subtle and gross awareness evolve to help every practitioner live better in their body.

Continue reading: Why are the Therapy Balls sometimes called Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls and other times called Roll Model® Therapy Balls?

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