Movement Through Grace

Free to..Live, Move, Be


My name is Ninke Coetzee, I am a qualified Biokineticist and MAP Movement Trainer.
I have been practicing as a Biokineticist in Pretoria for the past 10years and I also qualified as a MAP (Myofascial Activated Postural) Movement Trainer in 2018.

It is my passion to help people, to work with each and every person to get to where they want to be. So that they can live, move and be free. I worked in a interdiciplinary team for +-8 years and I have a special interest in chronic pain management, (arthiritis, lupus, ankylosing spondilitis, fibromialgia etc) orthopaedic rehabilitation, weight management and special populations.

I love movement, sport, running, the outdoors and most of all...dogs!!!




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BIOKINETICIST

BIOKINETICIST

WHAT IS A BIOKINETICIST and how can they help you?

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MAP Movement

MAP Movement

What is MAP Movement? How does it work? When are classes?

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Water Aerobics Classes

Water Aerobics Classes

Lets get active in a way that is safe and fun and gets the heart pumping.

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  •  2024/02/05 05:00 PM
  •   20 Mount Quray Street, Midlands Estate, Centurion, South Africa

This is a brand new class just for the guys. Whether you are a working dad, gamer, cyclist or the average Joe who just wants to do something. These classes are designed to keep you flexible, fit, improve breathing and reduce stress.

  •  2024/02/02 08:00 PM - 2024/02/03 11:00 PM
  •   Midstream Estate, Olifantsfontein, South Africa

Join us for Breathing 101, an introductory workshop designed to teach you the basics of proper breathing techniques for better health and stress management.

  • 20 Mount Quray Street, Midlands Estate, Centurion, South Africa
  • CARE AT MIDSTREAM (Opposite KSM Midstream) and second location at 237 Thomas Muir Street ,Garsfontein
How can MAP Movement help Athletes improve sport performance - PART 3

Want to jump higher, run faster and throw farther? You’ll need to pay attention to nourishing the elastic quality of your fascia. This is how M.A.P Movement can help! What do you get when you add juiciness to connectedness? The answer, springiness (BOUNCE)

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How can MAP help Athletes improve sport performance - PART 2

Movement gets the hydration out of the tissues so that our fascia can glide BUT this movement needs to be varied.

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How can MAP help ATHLETES improve Sport Performance ? - PART 1

MAP Movement is designed for everyone and can help you maximize your sport performance.

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A Bit more about Fascia

Actually the best way to help you to get a good picture of fascia is to look at an orange.🍑

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The Fascial Web

Is fascia weird? What does it look like?What is it? Why is it importantant - it connects and holds everything in our body together.

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Help! My shoulder blades burn!

Why do our shoulder blades burn and what can we do to relieve the pain?

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Putting the BOUNCE back in your step!

Why does your fascia love bounce & why do our bodies need it?

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Your foot arch is linked to pelvic floor health

We can activate and assist our pelvic floor via our foot arch

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Problems that unhealthy fascia causes

Unhealthy fascia can cause a host of problems

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Why keep your fascia healthy?

Healthy fascia is malleable enough to slide, glide, twist and bend pain-free

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Walking the MAP way

Within a couple of minutes we were ready to continue our walk! He finished the route without any further complaints.

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Persistence Pays Off

The difference it made in my life is just amazing. I can move, I am more mobile, I can feel my body getting stronger week by week. Over the last 2 week I realised that I don’t have that much pain during the night.

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Movement Through Grace & M.A.P in Retire@Midstream Horn Magazine

Special excerpt about M.A.P in Midstream Retire Magazine

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Never Give Up

All the positive changes in my body keeps me going and gives me hope

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Chronic Pain AWAY

I was in so much pain, it was difficult to do every day stuff.

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Stretch and Yawn

My favourite part of the MAP Class...Stretch and Yawn!!!

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