Wednesday, January 30, 2013

February Focus ~ Awareness of Joints: Sensing Mobility

Awareness of Joints
Sensing Mobility

Movement is key to living a long and healthy life. 
Movement is a sign of youth, health, fitness and well-being.
While there are lots of body parts that make motion possible, 
JOINTS provide us with some of the most important mechanics for moving.
There are 13 primary joints in the body, 
and each provides you with various degrees of mobility and stability. 
When joints are healthy, you experience the proper balance between stability and mobility. 
You have the power to move in all kinds of ways–vertically, horizontally, and in circles and spirals–at any speed.
Spring load your body from your joints and 

experience  what your ankles, knees, hips, wrists, elbows, shoulder joints and spinal chord do!

Let's Find Out!

Awareness of Joints: Sensing Mobility while Maintaining Stability

Cost $5

To register or just drop in and register on site!


We will explore this theme through the month of February in all of Anita's NIA Classes!

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AND you are always welcome to dance at my home studio 
every Wed/Fri morning from 9:00 am - 10:15 am. $14 drop-in and class cards available.