Move Better- Feel Better
Summer Series
Paying more attention to how you move can reveal movement habits that might be contributing to discomfort or limitations that are getting in the way of doing what you love.
Learn how to move better so you can feel better and get on with life.
These classes integrate biomechanics, alignment and natural movement so you can take what you learn out of the classroom and into your life.

Session description for next class below: 16th Feb 2019
Session 5: Biking Body Tune Up

Just as your bike needs a good tune up now and again, so does your body.

Your bike is very much like a chair in the way it casts your whole body into a repeated geometry. Doing the same thing over and over again means you miss out on a whole spectrum of movement nutrients. There are parts of your body that are sedentary even though your heart rate can be going through the roof. Not all of your body parts are receiving the benefits from your workout and your body adapts to this narrow range of mechanical input.

- Join this class to bring some movement nutrients to casted parts of your body.
- Find out the best cross training exercise for cyclists to balance out the effects of cycling in the body... and it isn't running or stretching.
- Get some tips on body position on and off the bike
- Find out the best home exercise equipment to use to mobilise your hips and back ...and it is free!
- Rethink your non-exercise time

Join this class to bring some balance to your movement diet from head to toe.

Cost $15

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All bodies welcome.
Garden Moves Workshop *
Sun 10 Feb 2019
9:00 am-12:00 pm
*Bookings required
This studio based 3-hour workshop follows on from the Pain-Free Gardening workshop to further refine and practice the corrective exercises that help prepare the body for moving better in the garden.

Although this workshop is designed for those that have attended the full day workshop in the garden, the basic concepts will be reviewed and it may be attended as a stand-alone session.
Pain-Free Gardening- 10 March 2019
This unique workshop explores the movements of gardening and how to help our bodies accomplish these challenging movements… and stay pain-free! There will be a seminar, movement class, lunch & afternoon tea, an introduction to forest gardening & take home practical movement skills for you to use in the garden. You will leave the day feeling full of delicious food, practical new ideas and new movements for your body. Come along and spend the day with fellow gardeners learning about how our bodies work & how enjoy gardening even more. Find out more detail here
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