Do you experience (or would you like to prevent) persistent pain, tension, or tightness in your back, hips, pelvis, neck, and/or shoulders?
Do you want to improve posture, mobility and feel stronger and more confident in your body so you can continue to do the activities you enjoy as you age?
When the core isn’t functioning at full capacity, it affects every aspect of the body. While this workshop emphasizes the core as the foundation of movement, we will address the whole body. In addition to the core (back, hips and pelvic floor), we will explore the legs and shoulders as well as the neck in an effort to develop balance and enhance posture; all while alleviating tension and stiffness.
Lynette’s approach to building a healthy and resilient body blends methods of functional movement, pilates, yoga and therapeutic exercise. We will use mindful movement sequences, breathing and stabilization techniques, and restorative yoga poses.
In this workshop, you’ll:
* Identify breathing and movement patterns that can contribute to a weak core, poor posture, and chronic pain
* Learn how to move from your core more efficiently and with greater ease, control, stability, and freedom
* Improve core awareness, connection, balance, posture, and function in daily activities
* Enhance quality of movement and life
*Have access to a private YouTube class link of a 45 min class to review what you have learned.
Lynette is a yoga and Pilates teacher, physical therapist assistant, and integrative health coach with over 25 years experience in the health field.
Her education includes a Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Exercise Science from the University of South Alabama. In addition, she graduated from Bishop State Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant program and Duke University’s Department of Integrative Medicine’s Health Coaching program.
She has taken evidence based courses in Functional Pelvic Floor Training, Spine Anatomy & Dysfunction, Stress & Resilience, Functional Core Training, Pilates, Exercise and Movement Therapy, Shoulder Anatomy & Biomechanics, Medical Therapeutic Yoga, and Lumbar Anatomy & Dysfunction.
After many years of working in an orthopedic rehabilitation clinic, teaching traditional fitness classes, and personal training, Lynette developed a special interest in an integrative approach to health, healing, and movement.
Lynette’s style of teaching is informed by her education and experience and blends methods of yoga, principles of pilates, therapeutic exercise, and functional movement. She has a special interest in helping others navigate chronic stress and improve back, hip, pelvic floor, and posture health.
“I'm passionate about teaching mind-body movement and helping others deepen their understanding of their body and find strategies that work for their body so they can continue to do the activities they enjoy as they age.”
** This workshop is not a replacement for medical treatment. Please consult a qualified professional for medical advice or care if needed.
Saturday, April 10th
3PM - 5:30PM
Investment: $75/ Person
EARLY BIRD PRICING $65/ Person
Limited to 8 spots
*Masks are encouraged until everyone is seated on their mats 6 feet apart.
Please bring your own mat.