Date(s) - 04/04/2023 - 04/25/2023
10:00 am - 11:00 am
This class will be held online. The Zoom link will be sent after you register (use the form at bottom of this page).
Come coordinate yourself from feet to head for greater freedom in your neck and shoulders, and easier, more enjoyable walking.
When all parts of you move freely and are well timed, you don’t really notice your walking. But when parts of you don’t move or are out of synch, walking becomes more effortful and less balanced. It can also contribute to neck and shoulder strain.
In this series we’ll use walking as a remedy for neck and shoulder woes by:
- Restoring the natural walking pattern between your hips and shoulders to increase your comfort and range of motion.
- Aligning your skeleton to support your neck and shoulders instead of muscles trying to do the work of bones.
- Activating your arms for more efficient, balanced walking and a happier head, neck and shoulders.
This class will include a mix of standing, walking and sitting in chairs. Everyone welcome.
Class Meets for 4 Tuesdays**: April 4, 11, 18 & 25
** At least 3 students must be registered by Mon 4/3 for class to run.
What People Are Saying…
I’m walking more smoothly and with less pain. Not long ago I couldn’t walk except with cane, so this is like miracle. ~ Regina E.
My whole walk changed after this class. My arms and shoulders now move—and that’s continued even after several weeks. ~ Carl Gardeman
I’m walking easier, my low back pain is going away and my ankle problem is better! The change is from doing this class series. ~Lara Y.
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.