RETURNS THIS FALL :)
OUTDOOR CORE WALKING
BEGINS OCTOBER 4TH.
SPOTS LIMITED TO TEN STUDENTS
4 Week Session
Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25th
w/ Karly Decker, Physical TherapIst
Nationally Certified Pilates Instructor, Certified Tai Chi Instructor.
Click button below to schedule!
PACE: Prevention. Alignment. Core. Efficiency.
The PACE Walking Program is a walking class inspired by the Mind-body principles of Jospeh Pilates's work and the Tai Chi exercise program. These concepts include breathing integration, structural alignment, and retraining controlled/coordinated movement during your walk, The class is also inspired by the Automatic Core Engagement® and CoreFirst® strategies developed by the Institute of Physical Art which assist your body with automatically firing your core during functional movement - THE most functional task being: THE WALK! Class is designed to bring increased mind body connection, awareness, and breath to your daily walking routine. You will be instructed in a dynamic stretching warm up and learn strategies and drills that will help your body find its mot optimal posture, breath and alignment when you walk!
How To Treat Your Own Ankle Injuries:
Thursday, September 21st
This workshop is FREE!
Dr. Thea Bordenave-Sande is the owner of Capital Region Osteopathy, PC and is a board certified specialist in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. In this workshop you will learn:
*Basic ankle anatomy
*How to diagnose ankle strain on yourself
*How to treat yourself for several different ankle injuries.
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Pilates for Buff Bones
W/ Christine via Zoom.
Wednesdays @ 8:30am
& Sundays @ 8:30am
Join our Tai Chi Community!
Join our email to get notified on our next Tai Chi Session. Currently Tai Chi is incorporated into our warm-up in the outdoor PACE Core walking program.
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese practice , originating from martial arts, and has become a popular and gentle form of exercise with a huge range of health benefits including meditation & stress relief. Tai Chi may also help improve balance, decrease fall risk, enhance sleep quality and immune system function, help reduce blood pressure, and improve overall core strength and endurance. Join us for this Introduction to Tai Chi series and let us explore together the many benefits of this unique exercise and art form. Originally developed for self-defense, Tai Chi is now a gentle form of exercise to combat stress and manage a variety of other health conditions.
You can expect to learn 2 warm up exercises for neck, shoulders, spine, hip, knee, ankles; an 8 Form movement series, and 3 cool down exercises.
We'd love to share you work with our friends and family at Free Movement Pilates!
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