NeuroKinetic Movement Workshops – Shoulders, Neck and Upper Back

Posted on: December 9, 2014

Monday, January 5,  6 – 8 pm,

with Michelle Saxer, NKP, SEP.

What is NeuroKinetic Movement?  NeuroKinetic Movement is nervous-system based movement that is designed to break habitual physical patterns and create new possibilities of movement. The focus is to learn new ways to: relieve pain and tension, refine posture, improve performance, increase core stability, increase energy efficiency, and generally enhance health. 

The slow, small movements explored in these non-aerobic classes draw on concepts from Feldenkrais, Iyengar Yoga, Aston Patterning and Pilates, in a unique way to increase body awareness and efficiency of movement.

The Workshops Each workshop will explore movements related to a specific topic with general explanations about anatomy and therapeutic conditions associated with the topic. While the six workshops have been designed as a comprehensive series, each can be taken individually.

Schedule:  

                               January 5     Diagonals

                             February 2     NEW! Yoga Kinetics 1*

                                  March 2     NEW! Yoga Kinetics 2

Yoga Kinetics explores and dissects yoga postures, first through NeuroKinetic movement, and then integrates all of the movements into the full yoga posture.

$60 General Public ; $50 Caritas Members

To register or if you have questions,

please contact Michelle at 303-717-0871 or [email protected].

Prepayment is required to reserve your space, payable by check or PayPal.

Class size is limited to 10 individuals.

Michelle Saxer, NKP, SEP, has been in private practice in physical rehabilitation for more than 18 years, in both the Denver and Boulder areas. She successfully treats individuals with chronic pain, injuries, trauma and nervous system dysregulation. While NeuroKinetic Therapy, Somatic Experiencing and Shiatsu are core to Michelle’s approach, her strengths as a practitioner and teacher are rooted in intuition, an ability to connect with clients and an intense commitment to helping people live their lives to the fullest and THRIVE!

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