Dynamic Abs:

Whole Body Fitness

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Weekly Video Lessons  (no matter when you start!)

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  • How to strengthen abdominal muscles in an effective way, without injuring or causing tension in your body.
  • The relation between abdominal strength and a lean, flat stomach.
  • The best methods for abdominal training using function, anatomy, movement and imagery.
  • How to coordinate your breathing  and abdominal muscles properly.
  • The keys to training of the pelvic floor in relation to your abs.
  • Effective abdominal exercises using the Franklin Method, that you can incorporate into       your daily routine.

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About the Franklin Method

The Franklin Method was founded in 1994, and was originally for dancers. Extended from dance field to every kind of human movement, this method combines dynamic science-based imagery, touch, anatomical embodiment and educational skills to create lasting positive change in body and mind, using a range of simple tools, like balls, resistance bands and other daily life objects.

  • The Franklin Method activates body and mind function through the use of imagery, experiential anatomy and reconditioning movement to improve function.
  • It maximizes neuroplasticity to relearn body posture and movements by practicing movement with activation of unused musculature.
  • The principal goals are how to obtain dynamic body alignment and how to move the body with maximum efficiency. 
  • In every moment, the ideal combination of limbs, joints,gravity, moving parts, connective tissue, and muscles must be found and directed by the brain and nervous system by help of appropriate imagery.

Imagery promotes a neurogenic changement of muscular condition which allows immediate results, before any myogenic (muscle tissue) one. Connective tissue and inner organs are also directly stimulated, with touch and visualization, in order to change posture and to obtain an inner and outer balance. The exercises have a considerable impact on lowering structural stress, too.


About Eric Franklin

Eric Franklin is the founder and director of the Franklin Method. He created the Method over 25 years ago, first teaching in Switzerland, Germany and Austria and further in the USA, China, Japan and many other countries. He earned his BS from the University of Zurich and his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Eric teaches at universities and schools throughout the world including the Juilliard School in New York, Rutgers University, the University of Vienna, the Royal Ballet School and the Laban Center in London. In 1998 he introduced the first dance conditioning methodology to mainland China. Eric presents his work at numerous conferences, such as the World Congress for Lower Back and Pelvic Pain, the Pilates Method Alliance and the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science. Eric Franklin is author 19 books, including of Dynamic Alignment through Imagery (2012), Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance (2013), Relax your Neck – Liberate your Shoulders (2002), Pelvic Power (2003), Inner Focus, Outer Strength (2006) and Beautiful Body, Beautiful Mind (2009). Eric Franklin’s books have been translated into German, Italian, Spanish, Polish, French, Czech, Chinese and Korean.


Abdominal Muscles, while breathing in and out. 


Training Function with Anatomy, Movement & Imagery: The Franklin Method