A FEW GOOD MOVES 

  Just as your body responds to your thoughts, your thoughts, respond to your body! Introducing a routine of motion and movement into your daily life, to whatever degree you are physically able to do so, provides a benefit to your physical brain as well as to your mind. When mind and body utilize each other in actions, "simultaneous communication" is formed. The mind and body witness each other and a balanced centering is created. These movements can be traditional ( basketball, golf, tennis) or they can be classical (yoga, tai chi, dance). In addition, movements for well-being can be simply spontaneous and for fun!

Whatever the case, combining breath, mind, and motion serve to rejuvenate all your body's systems. Your muscular, skeletal, circulatory, digestive, endocrine and immune system all respond to a routine of movement.

With movement, a release is experienced. tension dissipates, energy is produced, concentration becomes easier, and a state of calm and confidence can result.

In this session, you will learn a few good moves for your body and mind to rejuvenate yourself and teach your clients.   

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