A Turn for the Better: Five essential lessons for turning with grace and ease from head to toe
Dates: 5 consecutive Mondays, starting on March 27th through April 24th
Time: 12:30-2 pm ET
Attend the live event or replay at your convenience on our learning platform.
Turning is a fundamental function of everyday activities. You turn when you get in and out of bed and even when you sleep. You turn when you move about the kitchen or office, reach, shovel, walk, or run. Finding an activity without rotational movements of some part of your body is difficult. Here’s a head-turner: You rotate your head more than 10,000 times per day!
But how you turn, especially when in pain, is serious business. Suboptimal and habitual turning, where some body parts move too much while others remain stiff, can cause or exacerbate musculoskeletal maladies. Improving postural and movement patterns in turning can reduce and sometimes resolve chronic pain and restore healing.
A slow, mindful practice helps create change in your brain that triggers more optimal and healthy ways of acting.
This course aims to restore well-distributed movement throughout your entire skeleton when turning from head to toe. Join us to learn what good rotational motion is and what it feels like and incorporate it into your daily life.
The lessons in this course are carefully selected to improve:
• Neck pain
• Lower back pain and sciatica
• Hip problems
• Knee injuries
• Foot and ankle troubles
• Sports and dance performance (golf, tennis, pickleball, baseball).
NEW! You will have a lifetime access to the course to continue your learning as long as you wish.