Date(s) - 11/02/2021 - 11/30/2021
11:15 am - 12:15 pm
This class is online via Zoom. Zoom links will be sent after you register (use the registration form at bottom of this page).
The ankle bone really is connected to the neck bone—what happens in your ankles directly effects the comfort of your neck.
Your feet and ankles act as shock absorbers. When your ankles are stiff, sore or not being used optimally, your steps lose their natural springiness. This means places higher up—like your hips, low back and neck—endure excess impact. The result is often pain and tension.
Come rejuvenate your neck by improving the use of your ankles! This series will:
- Coordinate your ankles, knees and hips to be smooth shock absorbers so you can reduce unnecessary strain in your neck and back.
- Give you tools to use at home to keep your ankles soft and flexible to bring more ease and mobility to your neck.
- Help you discover how your posture may be contributing to ankle and neck problems and how to change that.
This class is primarily done on mats on the floor. Everyone welcome.
Class meets online for 4 Tuesdays: November 2, 16, 23 & 30 (no class Nov 9)
What People Are Saying…
I’m almost unable to walk in the morning due to pain in my legs & hips, but this has taken all that pain away. I’m going to have to start doing the things we did today every morning as I get out of bed. ~ Gary Wilson
After last week’s class my feet were really useful. It lasted for several days! ~ Anonymous
My ankles feel so much better! ~Lorraine S.
Audio Recordings: Register for the whole series and you’ll receive audio recordings of every class. That way if you miss a class, you can do the recording later.
50% Off for 2nd Person: If there’s a second person in your house who wants to do class with you, they can come at half price. Simply select 2 spaces in the pulldown, then enter “Duo” in the coupon code box.
25% Off for Low Income: I offer 25% off to those who need it. When you register, enter “25%” in the coupon code box. If this is not within your means, please contact me—I want classes to be accessible to everyone.