Bones for Life Introductory Workshop | Wednesday | September 19 | 10:30 – 12:30 p.m.


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What movement program can be used to improve a highly active man who loves biking and is training for a 50-mile walk AND a woman who due to polio is unable to get up and down easily from a chair or climb stairs? The published research shows it is Bones for Life. The same class can help both types of people with two very different needs to improve in balance, vitality, posture and function. This introduction will expose you to a bit of the research and beginning movement explorations. You can expect to leave feeling more upright, confident and motivated to keep learning.

Instructor: Cynthia Allen, a principal researcher in the newly published research in the journal Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation and Ergonomics will be your guide. She is also a Teacher and Trainer in the Bones for Life approach and Feldenkrais Practitioner.

Bring a mat or blanket and a towel. Please be prepared to remove your shoes unless you need to keep them on for medical reasons. This class will include sitting, standing, and mat work. Adaptations can be made for anyone concerned about getting up and down from the floor.

Class minimums and maximums have been established. Please register early to insure your place in the class.

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Cynthia is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner, a Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence, and a co-creator of Integral Human Gait theory. By day, she helps children and adults find easier ways to navigate life challenges and thrive. By night, she is dreaming up new options for how we can all become more fully human through awareness, curiosity, elegance and action.