The Franklin Method


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Understand. Feel. Embody.

The Franklin Method is a ground-breaking training technique designed to help you unlock your body’s full potential through exercise, imagery and anatomical understanding. Founded by Eric Franklin in 1994, the Franklin Method is now taught all over the world, including the Universities of Vienna, Cologne, Karlsruhe and the Juilliard School in New York.

The Franklin Method teaches dynamic alignment and how to move your body with maximum efficiency to keep it youthful and energized. Your whole body is part of a symphony of coordinated movement. In a sense, your posture is reinvented at every instant. In every moment, the ideal combination of limbs, joints, gravity, moving parts, connective tissue, and muscle must be found and directed by your brain and nervous system.

This type of embodiment practice is particularly useful for dance, and has been proven to improve performance (e.g. jump height and plié performance) and help prevent injury. In practical terms – the Franklin Method won’t tell you how a particular movement should look, but it can tell you how it should feel. Laura was passionate about this approach and experienced first-hand what a difference the Franklin Method can make for dancers.