Life Luggage for Women: Big Changes You Can Make in Minutes Tuesdays, 9/26, 10/3, & 10/10 6:45 – 8:00 pm Instructors: Marty Larson, Renee Lindquist, Cindy Land Join Renee Lindquist (Yoga Therapist/Somatic Practitioner), Marty Larson (Owner [...]
This free workshop addresses the nervous system in your recovery and fitness routine will accelerate your healing and optimize your health. No matter where we are in life, it is important to address our nervous system, our emotional selves, and our physical body. Identifying our current movement patterns and the fight or flight response in our bodies and learning how to mitigate that response is paramount to optimizing our physical, spiritual and emotional selves. Join us on Wed. Feb. 15 for this workshop.
Your job, as the care taker of the wonderful body and nervous system that you have been given, is to figure out how to make small changes that are just enough to help you reach your long term goal. be creative and look outside your current habits in order to build new skills, but make sure it isn’t too big of a change in order to ensure success.
Surprisingly, while most people are interested in making their lives easier (as is evidenced with all our labor saving devices), most of the time they want a really hard work out because they believe that is the only way to achieve their goals. I can appreciate a challenging workout as much as the next person. That is one of the reasons I like moving kettlebells. But as Vladimir Vasiliev said, “The only purpose of exercise is to feel your body.”
The Mind Body connection is overused and rather cliché these days. It is one of those terms that has lost its meaning, if it ever had one. So read on if you want a different take on it, although be it rather high on the geek factor meter.