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Unlock Your Neck and Shoulders—An Awareness Through Movement® Series

Date and time

3-Week Series on Tuesdays
August 12, 19, and 26, 2014
12–1 p.m.

3-Week Series on Thursdays
August 14,  21, and 28, 2014
5 – 6 p.m.

Description

Do you carry the weight of the world on your shoulders? Do headaches, shoulder pain and tension in your upper back keep you from doing what you want to do? Neck and shoulder pain are common complaints and often limit what we can do on a daily basis. Come and learn some simple movements to help reduce discomfort in your shoulders and neck. See if you don’t stand taller and move more easily at the end of the day. It is time to leave that ‘pain in the neck’ behind.shoulders_sm

It seems counterintuitive in our hard-working culture that the easy way might be better, but in this case it really works. As a black belt in Judo, an athlete and a scientist, Moshe Feldenkrais (founder of the Feldenkrais Method®) understood how to develop strength, efficiency and elegance in human movement.

Awareness Through Movement® lessons help you slow down and notice how your body gets things done. Bringing mindfulness to your movements, you will build strength, greater range of motion, and better balance. As Feldenkrais said, you will “Make the impossible possible, the possible easy, and the easy graceful.”

Classes are suitable for almost all fitness levels. Willingness to lie on the floor, and an interest in moving more easily are really about all you need.

Fee

– Three session series: $45 early bird pay, $55 after.

– Single sessions: $20 online or at the door.

– You are encouraged to commit to all 3 sessions to receive the biggest benefit.

How to register

Registration is closed for this event.

Location

NiaMoves
508 Pecore Street [MAP]
Houston, Texas
713-864-4260

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