Calendar of Events

Jan
22
Mon
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 22 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Jan
23
Tue
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Introduction to Ayurveda with Sonia (Hari) Cook
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This is an engaging 2-hour talk that explores the philosophy and history of Ayurveda, the science of daily living.

Originally conceived in Northern India more than 20,000 years ago, Ayurveda is widely practiced throughout the world to this day as the alchemy of good health.

The class will introduce the concept of the Doshas – Vata, Pitta, Kapha – and the qualities they represent as well as the logic behind the Elemental Philosophy: Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.

Learn how to recognize the way the conditions of hot, cold, wet, and dry affect your body and how symptoms and emotions influence your body’s ability to maintain a healthy balance.

 

Jan
24
Wed
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 24 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Jan
25
Thu
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 25 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Jan
26
Fri
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Jan
29
Mon
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 29 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Jan
30
Tue
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 30 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Introduction to Soul Mapping
Jan 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

So much is unknown — what’s the best way to work with that?

Akiva has tools for you in his Soul Mapping course starting April 19. Attend this free intro class to learn more about how Soul Mapping will explore:

  • The Kabballah and divine spiritual wisdom
  • Karma
  • Working with the 7 creative planets
  • How to take charge of your yearly actions and choices

Read more about this course.

Jan
31
Wed
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Jan 31 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Feb
1
Thu
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Feb 1 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Feb
2
Fri
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 6-Week Intensive Program
Feb 2 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the course web site for more.

Feb
6
Tue
Introduction to Sacred Mapping
Feb 6 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Michelle will introduce the process of tracking your inner landscape and give an overview of the course.  Our health is effected by events in our lives.  Stress, anxiety and trauma can get stored in the body and if left unattended can move deeper within, cause illness and keep you from living to your fullest potential.  During the Intro night, she will lead a guided experiential mediation and creative process.

Visit the course page to learn more about this class!

Feb
9
Fri
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 10-Month Weekend Course
Feb 9 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the program web page for more.

Feb
10
Sat
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 10-Month Weekend Course
Feb 10 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the program web page for more.

Feb
11
Sun
Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations 10-Month Weekend Course
Feb 11 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Taught by DeAnna Batdorff

This program provides the foundations for personal health and is required for the
600-hour Ayurvedic Counselor Certification to become an Ayurvedic counselor or practitioner.


Designed to deepen the understanding of the human body, this 250-hour training uses Ayurvedic and Tibetan Elemental Theory to explore and explain the dimensions of integrated health. Through listening to the emotions, symptoms, and signals provided by the body, you will learn applications for symptomology, the diagnostic tools of tongue, face, pulse, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, whole food nutrition, bodywork and Pancha Karma. The program, taught in an experiential format, is for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It’s user-friendly and client-friendly.

 

Visit the program web page for more.

Feb
12
Mon
Foundation Training
Feb 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Dr. Mike Lane, DC to experience Foundation Training, a series of postural exercises that strengthen and lengthen the posterior chain – your muscles of support. When you learn to engage the posterior chain and move with resilient strength, your life practice will be transformed.  

Foundation Training can:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Increase strength.
  • Help you feel confident in your body.

 

Dr. Mike Lane, DC is a specialist in the field of functional movement and wellness. He is a chiropractor, bodyworker, foundation training instructor and anatomy teacher. His intention is to help people move, feel and live better.

Series Schedule:

Week 1 – Decompress: Rediscover your breath

In week 1, I will introduce the concept of decompression breathing. You will learn the anatomy and proper use our your lungs to decompress your spine and set your body up for strength and resilence. This is the basis for the rest of the workshop. Once you can breathe properly, then you can move with greater ease and freedom.

Week 2-  Anchor & Hinge: Move with power

The second principle of Foundation Training is Anchoring. With this pulling in towards the center of the body, along with decompression breathing your body can expand in all directions distributing gravity across larger chains of muscles instead of the smaller joints.  This drawing/ pulling towards the midline will help your hips be aligned in the right position to limit back and knee pain. Once you can breathe properly and anchor correctly, then you can hinge with greater freedom and power.  I will cover the anatomy of the legs, hips and lower back.

Week 3- Arms, shoulders, and neck: Redistribute tension

In this class, I will cover the anatomy of the shoulders and neck and guide you into proper shoulder position so your neck will have less stress. So much of our day to day neck tension comes from how we wear our shoulders and head.

Week 4- Spiral in Nature: Link the connective tissues of your body

In this class, we will explore the interconnectedness of the body through rotational movements. I will cover the anatomy of the spiral lines, connecting the hip and shoulder girdles.  You will experience how tension and movement   of one side of the body can affect the other.

Week 5-  Functional Integration: Bring it all together

How do you integrate what you have learned so far into your everyday life? I will cover how you can hinge your way throughout the day to save your body from undue stress. We will review what you have learned and answer any questions you may have.

Week 6-  A powerful wrap-up

This class will take you through all the moves and breathing patterns we worked on over the last 5 weeks. This is the time when you get to experience how strong your body has become.

Feb
17
Sat
Your Roadmap to Healthy Bones Cooking Day
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cooking for Bone Health — a cooking day for students of the Roadmap to Healthy Bones course. Read more about the course here!

Feb
18
Sun
Community Sound Healing
Feb 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We invite you to bask in the ebb and flow of sound and silence for deep relaxation, emotional release and healing. This event will feature the healing sounds of Tibetan bowls, chimes, Native American flute, gentle vocals, harp, gongs, percussion, didgeridoo and frame drum. Please bring yoga mats, pillows and blankets for your comfort. For more information on the sound healers please visit www.christinetulis.com.

Co-created by:
Christine Tulis – harp and vocals

Margy Stewart – Tibetan bowls, Native American flute, chimes, vocals

Jeffrey Edelheit – gongs, Tibetan bowls

Kem Stone – percussion, vocals

Dhyana Bohnet – flute, vocals

Eostar Kamala – vocals, overtone vocals, didgeridoo, crystal bowl, tank drum

Feb
19
Mon
Foundation Training
Feb 19 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Dr. Mike Lane, DC to experience Foundation Training, a series of postural exercises that strengthen and lengthen the posterior chain – your muscles of support. When you learn to engage the posterior chain and move with resilient strength, your life practice will be transformed.  

Foundation Training can:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Increase strength.
  • Help you feel confident in your body.

 

Dr. Mike Lane, DC is a specialist in the field of functional movement and wellness. He is a chiropractor, bodyworker, foundation training instructor and anatomy teacher. His intention is to help people move, feel and live better.

Series Schedule:

Week 1 – Decompress: Rediscover your breath

In week 1, I will introduce the concept of decompression breathing. You will learn the anatomy and proper use our your lungs to decompress your spine and set your body up for strength and resilence. This is the basis for the rest of the workshop. Once you can breathe properly, then you can move with greater ease and freedom.

Week 2-  Anchor & Hinge: Move with power

The second principle of Foundation Training is Anchoring. With this pulling in towards the center of the body, along with decompression breathing your body can expand in all directions distributing gravity across larger chains of muscles instead of the smaller joints.  This drawing/ pulling towards the midline will help your hips be aligned in the right position to limit back and knee pain. Once you can breathe properly and anchor correctly, then you can hinge with greater freedom and power.  I will cover the anatomy of the legs, hips and lower back.

Week 3- Arms, shoulders, and neck: Redistribute tension

In this class, I will cover the anatomy of the shoulders and neck and guide you into proper shoulder position so your neck will have less stress. So much of our day to day neck tension comes from how we wear our shoulders and head.

Week 4- Spiral in Nature: Link the connective tissues of your body

In this class, we will explore the interconnectedness of the body through rotational movements. I will cover the anatomy of the spiral lines, connecting the hip and shoulder girdles.  You will experience how tension and movement   of one side of the body can affect the other.

Week 5-  Functional Integration: Bring it all together

How do you integrate what you have learned so far into your everyday life? I will cover how you can hinge your way throughout the day to save your body from undue stress. We will review what you have learned and answer any questions you may have.

Week 6-  A powerful wrap-up

This class will take you through all the moves and breathing patterns we worked on over the last 5 weeks. This is the time when you get to experience how strong your body has become.

Feb
20
Tue
Introduction to Ayurveda with Sonia (Hari) Cook
Feb 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This is an engaging 2-hour talk that explores the philosophy and history of Ayurveda, the science of daily living.

Originally conceived in Northern India more than 20,000 years ago, Ayurveda is widely practiced throughout the world to this day as the alchemy of good health.

The class will introduce the concept of the Doshas – Vata, Pitta, Kapha – and the qualities they represent as well as the logic behind the Elemental Philosophy: Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.

Learn how to recognize the way the conditions of hot, cold, wet, and dry affect your body and how symptoms and emotions influence your body’s ability to maintain a healthy balance.

 

Feb
26
Mon
Foundation Training
Feb 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Dr. Mike Lane, DC to experience Foundation Training, a series of postural exercises that strengthen and lengthen the posterior chain – your muscles of support. When you learn to engage the posterior chain and move with resilient strength, your life practice will be transformed.  

Foundation Training can:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Increase strength.
  • Help you feel confident in your body.

 

Dr. Mike Lane, DC is a specialist in the field of functional movement and wellness. He is a chiropractor, bodyworker, foundation training instructor and anatomy teacher. His intention is to help people move, feel and live better.

Series Schedule:

Week 1 – Decompress: Rediscover your breath

In week 1, I will introduce the concept of decompression breathing. You will learn the anatomy and proper use our your lungs to decompress your spine and set your body up for strength and resilence. This is the basis for the rest of the workshop. Once you can breathe properly, then you can move with greater ease and freedom.

Week 2-  Anchor & Hinge: Move with power

The second principle of Foundation Training is Anchoring. With this pulling in towards the center of the body, along with decompression breathing your body can expand in all directions distributing gravity across larger chains of muscles instead of the smaller joints.  This drawing/ pulling towards the midline will help your hips be aligned in the right position to limit back and knee pain. Once you can breathe properly and anchor correctly, then you can hinge with greater freedom and power.  I will cover the anatomy of the legs, hips and lower back.

Week 3- Arms, shoulders, and neck: Redistribute tension

In this class, I will cover the anatomy of the shoulders and neck and guide you into proper shoulder position so your neck will have less stress. So much of our day to day neck tension comes from how we wear our shoulders and head.

Week 4- Spiral in Nature: Link the connective tissues of your body

In this class, we will explore the interconnectedness of the body through rotational movements. I will cover the anatomy of the spiral lines, connecting the hip and shoulder girdles.  You will experience how tension and movement   of one side of the body can affect the other.

Week 5-  Functional Integration: Bring it all together

How do you integrate what you have learned so far into your everyday life? I will cover how you can hinge your way throughout the day to save your body from undue stress. We will review what you have learned and answer any questions you may have.

Week 6-  A powerful wrap-up

This class will take you through all the moves and breathing patterns we worked on over the last 5 weeks. This is the time when you get to experience how strong your body has become.

Mar
3
Sat
Home Care From Your Back Yard
Mar 3 @ 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Bringing Well-Being To Your Skin and Lymph

We will focus on local and common​ herbs that grow in your gardens or neighborhood that support your skin and overall health​.

You will learn how to easily make herbal infused oils, salves,  lotion, salt scrubs, ​and herbal pesto.  We will discuss the importance of the skin and how you can incorporate these herbal preparations to support you daily care.

$75/per class, $65 for members –  All material included
More information and registration: education@dhyanacenter.com

 

Mar
5
Mon
Foundation Training
Mar 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Dr. Mike Lane, DC to experience Foundation Training, a series of postural exercises that strengthen and lengthen the posterior chain – your muscles of support. When you learn to engage the posterior chain and move with resilient strength, your life practice will be transformed.  

Foundation Training can:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Increase strength.
  • Help you feel confident in your body.

 

Dr. Mike Lane, DC is a specialist in the field of functional movement and wellness. He is a chiropractor, bodyworker, foundation training instructor and anatomy teacher. His intention is to help people move, feel and live better.

Series Schedule:

Week 1 – Decompress: Rediscover your breath

In week 1, I will introduce the concept of decompression breathing. You will learn the anatomy and proper use our your lungs to decompress your spine and set your body up for strength and resilence. This is the basis for the rest of the workshop. Once you can breathe properly, then you can move with greater ease and freedom.

Week 2-  Anchor & Hinge: Move with power

The second principle of Foundation Training is Anchoring. With this pulling in towards the center of the body, along with decompression breathing your body can expand in all directions distributing gravity across larger chains of muscles instead of the smaller joints.  This drawing/ pulling towards the midline will help your hips be aligned in the right position to limit back and knee pain. Once you can breathe properly and anchor correctly, then you can hinge with greater freedom and power.  I will cover the anatomy of the legs, hips and lower back.

Week 3- Arms, shoulders, and neck: Redistribute tension

In this class, I will cover the anatomy of the shoulders and neck and guide you into proper shoulder position so your neck will have less stress. So much of our day to day neck tension comes from how we wear our shoulders and head.

Week 4- Spiral in Nature: Link the connective tissues of your body

In this class, we will explore the interconnectedness of the body through rotational movements. I will cover the anatomy of the spiral lines, connecting the hip and shoulder girdles.  You will experience how tension and movement   of one side of the body can affect the other.

Week 5-  Functional Integration: Bring it all together

How do you integrate what you have learned so far into your everyday life? I will cover how you can hinge your way throughout the day to save your body from undue stress. We will review what you have learned and answer any questions you may have.

Week 6-  A powerful wrap-up

This class will take you through all the moves and breathing patterns we worked on over the last 5 weeks. This is the time when you get to experience how strong your body has become.

Mar
12
Mon
Foundation Training
Mar 12 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join Dr. Mike Lane, DC to experience Foundation Training, a series of postural exercises that strengthen and lengthen the posterior chain – your muscles of support. When you learn to engage the posterior chain and move with resilient strength, your life practice will be transformed.  

Foundation Training can:

  • Relieve pain.
  • Increase strength.
  • Help you feel confident in your body.

 

Dr. Mike Lane, DC is a specialist in the field of functional movement and wellness. He is a chiropractor, bodyworker, foundation training instructor and anatomy teacher. His intention is to help people move, feel and live better.

Series Schedule:

Week 1 – Decompress: Rediscover your breath

In week 1, I will introduce the concept of decompression breathing. You will learn the anatomy and proper use our your lungs to decompress your spine and set your body up for strength and resilence. This is the basis for the rest of the workshop. Once you can breathe properly, then you can move with greater ease and freedom.

Week 2-  Anchor & Hinge: Move with power

The second principle of Foundation Training is Anchoring. With this pulling in towards the center of the body, along with decompression breathing your body can expand in all directions distributing gravity across larger chains of muscles instead of the smaller joints.  This drawing/ pulling towards the midline will help your hips be aligned in the right position to limit back and knee pain. Once you can breathe properly and anchor correctly, then you can hinge with greater freedom and power.  I will cover the anatomy of the legs, hips and lower back.

Week 3- Arms, shoulders, and neck: Redistribute tension

In this class, I will cover the anatomy of the shoulders and neck and guide you into proper shoulder position so your neck will have less stress. So much of our day to day neck tension comes from how we wear our shoulders and head.

Week 4- Spiral in Nature: Link the connective tissues of your body

In this class, we will explore the interconnectedness of the body through rotational movements. I will cover the anatomy of the spiral lines, connecting the hip and shoulder girdles.  You will experience how tension and movement   of one side of the body can affect the other.

Week 5-  Functional Integration: Bring it all together

How do you integrate what you have learned so far into your everyday life? I will cover how you can hinge your way throughout the day to save your body from undue stress. We will review what you have learned and answer any questions you may have.

Week 6-  A powerful wrap-up

This class will take you through all the moves and breathing patterns we worked on over the last 5 weeks. This is the time when you get to experience how strong your body has become.