Do you ever wish you could move with fewer aches and pain and more joy?
Would you like to walk, garden, or perform other activities like you used to?
Can you imagine yourself in ten–even twenty–years moving with ease while doing the things you need and want to do?
I believe that much of what is commonly accepted as age-related decline is not inevitable. Rather, it results from poor movement habits, non-use or mis-use in how we sit, stand, walk and otherwise move through our day.
I enjoy teaching people how to change their movement habits in order to move with greater ease and vitality. The result … feeling better and moving younger.
To discuss how you can move with more ease and enjoyment:
slowly, within your
Discover new options
to move with greater
ease and flexibility.
Find relief from pain
and stiffness, and
experience a sense
of greater enjoyment
in your daily activities.
For all ability levels.
Address unique challenges of Parkinson's disease:
- Vocal and facial expression
- Cognitive challenges and multitasking.
Two class intensity levels offered.
FIND YOUR FOOTING
Audio Movement Lessons to Improve Balance and Reduce Falls
For those with some decline in balance, who
are concerned about falling, and want to maintain their independence as
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