Learn to Move Freely, with less Pain in just One Hour

Proven techniques that will help you get moving again

Do you miss being truly independent?  Have you recently woken up to find your body doesn’t do what you ask it to anymore?

What if you could play the sports you love again…or even try a new one without dreading the way you’ll feel in the morning?

What if you could wake up every day, confident that you can keep up with whatever you have planned….whether it’s working in your garden, running a 10K, or going on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure?

If this sounds like a dream come true, the Movement Makeover Workshop series could be for you….

This workshop series is for you if you are:

  • Tired of relying on painkillers to make it through your daily activities
  • Willing to commit to simple ways to add more movement into your everyday life
  • Ready to learn more about your body in a welcoming wellness community

This workshop is not for you if you: 

  • Are still actively healing from a fracture, surgery, or if your doctor has cautioned you against rigorous exercise
  • Believe in the outdated saying, “No pain, no gain”
  • Are looking for a one-time quick fix or “magic pill” that requires no effort, no commitment and no education

Imagine if you could wake up every day ready to move and enjoy your life, without having to pop a daily pain killer to cope.

If you’re 45 or older, and ready to shake off the rust and get back your bodily autonomy, so you can STOP relying on others and START moving with confidence again.

Upcoming Workshop

Cybersickness: How to Feel Connected When Your Screen Makes You Sick 

Saturday September 24 11:00 am – 12:00 pm MDT

In this free, online, 1-hour, workshop you will learn how to learn easy ways to stay connected in a day of online meetings without feeling sick, eyesore and drained at the end.  This workshop is perfect for you if you find yourself turning away from your screen during meetings, tuning out or suffering from cybersickness symptoms (dizziness, headache, nausea, eyestrain or even vertigo).

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