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SPRINg/summer 2024

Ten-Week Term starting April 21st 

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Who’s interested in healthier joints, increased strength and flexibility, better posture, and best of all release of knots!

New class Sundays at 11:15 am after Aerial Hammock.

“Mobility is foundational to physical health and the key to longevity. If you have poor mobility, you are not moving a joint through its full range of motion when active in that joint. This can lead to an uneven distribution of pressure – articular surfaces where your joints connect may wear out faster and your muscles and nervous system may adapt to the poor mobility in the joint, leading to knots and pain.

When we spend too much time in stagnation (like sitting behind a desk for eight hours a day, five days a week) the internal connective tissues become short and tight. This connective tissue is called fascia. Fascia is like the saran wrap for the internal body. It’s a thin and reactive tissue made up mostly of collagen. It encases muscles and other organs and holds the integrity of the body. When it’s not properly mobilized it can leave a person feeling stiff, trigger pain, and even obstruct organs.

When you have optimal mobility within your body this means you’re equipped with a fully functional and active range of motion.”

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