Fit for what?
Fitness is a very broad term. One can be fit for any number of tasks but simultaneously be unfit for another. Even more vague is the term “movement”. We enjoy the inclusivity of this term and truly see movement as a privilege but it can be intimidating in its scope. This January we are holding weekly workshops on specific applications of fitness and movement. Join us!
Common Sense Self Defense: intuitive information on keeping oneself safe
Fear of attack and physical confrontation can be a crippling condition. This class will focus on some practical means to protect oneself if ever faced with an assault. We will also cover strategies and awareness to build the ability to intuitively protect oneself and others before the situation turns critical. 1-3 pm Sunday January 9, 2022
Breathing Basics and Tai CHi: gifts from the east
Too busy to come to a workshop on your health and wellness? This is the one for you. Not because it is short, because it is exactly what the busy mind needs. Dive in to your mind body connection using a modern take on breath coordination and movements from classic Eastern cultural wellness practices.
The lost art of play: The missing link in human interaction
Play is a term that gets tossed into the classification of childish almost immediately. For the entirety of human history though, and across the animal kingdom, play is a necessary and an immensely valuable means for developing not only ones ability to move and connect with others, but to also enjoy the act of doing it.
Staying In The Game: Practical mobility and conditioning for athletes
It is a common and often beneficial mindset to practice your passion, be it surfing, or sport, or martial art. Over years of use one can end up causing chronic conditions without the proper maintenance. Young or old, if you want to play for a lifetime, learn how to keep your body well. Sign Up
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