Date(s) - 09/01/2020 - 09/29/2020
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).
Want to reduce strain and tension in your neck and shoulders while increasing comfort in your hands, wrists and arms?
This class will focus on the intimate relationship between our neck and shoulders and our hands and arms. How we use one effects the other.
In this series, you’ll discover how to:
- Connect the movements of your hands and arms skillfully into your torso, using the strong muscles there for more ease and lightness in your neck, shoulders and arms.
- Understand how to use your hip joints for more strength and efficiency through your hands and arms when reaching, lifting, pushing, etc.
- Position your computer keyboard and mouse for maximum comfort in your neck, shoulders, arms and hands.
Come refine the use of your hands and arms to reduce pain and tension in your neck and shoulders.
This class is primarily done lying on the floor. Everyone welcome.
Class will meet online for 5 Tuesdays: September 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29
What People Are Saying…
I really liked that this class got parts of me moving that I don’t normally move or use. ~ Anne Petite-Christ
I realized so many things I do are too high for me—like my computer keyboard and where I chop vegetables in my kitchen—and how this puts strain on my shoulders. ~ Caroline Purves
This was like a massage for my whole body! ~ Anonymous
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-Sept” in the coupon code box.
30% Off for Low Income: With so many people under financial hardship due to COVID-19, I’m offering 30% off to those who need it. When you register, enter “30%” in the coupon code box. If this is not within your means, please contact me—I want classes to be accessible to everyone.