This workshop will focus on four principles — proximal stability, joint centration, motor control, and strength-endurance — to movement and stability that serve as the foundation for developing a more stable core, improving function, and limiting the risk for injuries. Come join us for this practical-based workshop with Dr. Jason Biondo and Dr. Cynthia Kardesch as we dive into specific core exercises and movement patterns commonly prescribed to improve exercise and fitness tolerance.
This seminar will focus on the importance of self-care and how it applies to helping individuals let go of stress. Kevin Cloninger, PhD, PCC, will explore the neuroscience, philosophy, and evolutionary history of the mind-body relationship and delve into the nature and science of thought and the psychophysiology of stress. In conjunction, he will provide tools that can help individuals work on letting go of stress in their professional and personal lives, including physical exercises, relaxation techniques, and reflective exercises.
“Head up, shoulders back!” We’ve all heard this order barked at us at least once from a well-meaning friend, teacher, or family member in order to help us improve our posture. But what does good posture really entail? And why should we care about our posture in the first place? Join Alinda Muszynski, certified personal trainer and well-being coach, for a seminar that will blend theory and practical exercises to help you become aware of and improve your own posture. Register through our class schedule on the PALM app. Free for members and their guests.
Why is stretching so essential? What’s the best way to do it quickly and effectively? Come learn about the benefits of stretching and the most useful stretches for all the major muscle groups. Heather Walther, PT, has worked with physical therapy clients and professional athletes alike, and will help correct form and posture during this practical session.