This workshop is for you if:
- You want improved mobility & flexibility
- You want stronger and healthier joints
- You want improved balance and body control
- You want improved athletic performance
- You want to decrease your injury rates as you age
We can accomplish all of this through a movement practice.
What is a movement practice?
Simply defined, a movement practice is a habitual way to keep movement in our lives.
Often, people complain about not being able to move the ways they want in sport or exercise, or when traveling. There is a belief that aging alone decreases our ability to move well, when in reality a decline in movement quality stems mostly the absence of movement, and only slightly from aging related changes. If we don’t use it we literally lose it, because our brains are very efficient.
There are always outliers but if you keep doing a movement, you will continue to be able to do that movement.
It can be difficult to know what to do. Do we do a stretching routine (of which there are thousands on google images), yoga, tai chi?
Any of these can work but I am introducing a new tool to be your movement practice (or be a part of an existing one)
Enter CARs. “Controlled Articular Rotations”, which is a fancy way of saying “slow purposeful joint circles”
Some benefits you will get from learning how to perform CARs:
✔Increasing energy and the mood boosting elements of moving the way we want to feel.
✔Clearing inflammation through blood flow, providing nutrients to each joint that they can’t get any other way.
✔Feeling better due to naturally released chemicals-Burning more calories because the body has to be less efficient.
We will be breaking these down to 2 separate workshops taught by Certified Functional Range Conditioning Coach Chuck Osswald.
Upper Body April 13th 10:30-11:30 am
Lower Body April 20th at 10:30-11:30 am
- Renegade Members $10 per workshop
- Non Members $15 per workshop