Lessons on optimal biomechanics include how to get strong where it counts throughout each day. You will stay comfortable, safe, and high-performing in the following activities:
Office tasks, e.g., sitting in variety of positions
Bending, lifting, carrying bags, backpacks, other loads
Walking, hiking, running with maximum power
Interactions with your phone and other technology
Reaching, and other arm tasks
Restoration of foot structure and comfort
Dining and other social activities
Breathing, talking, singing
Dancing and other performing arts
Sports, flexibility training, other physical training
Resting, reading, sleeping
Other daily tasks and activities
A few key exercises tailored to your remodeling process
Assistance reducing/eliminating environmental factors that compromise natural motion, natural function:
Office furniture evaluation
Home furniture evaluation, including bed and pillows
Footwear assessment & recommendations
Clothing assessment & recommendations
For Adult and Child Sufferers of TMJ, airway obstruction, other dental & orofacial challenges
Comprehensive instruction to gain & retain foot-to-neck stability to support other therapies (splints, orthodontics, myofunctional therapy, Buteyko, etc) for optimal orofacial function
For Parents & Expecting Mothers
To support optimal child development, learn how to select furniture, shoes, and clothing for your children at each developmental stage (or have me select them for you).
Throughout and after pregnancy, get stronger in key areas, improve pelvic floor function, maintain your height, and know how to make yourself comfortable. Pregnancy does not have to cause musculoskeletal pain and injury. The challenge of pregnancy can improve your physique as you learn how to position the bones of your pelvis, shoulders, and trunk (and use your feet, knees, arms, and hip joints properly) in all of your activities.
Learn the biomechanical requirements to help optimize the structure and function of your developing unborn child.
Learn traditional baby handling so your children "grow upright"