Your forearms, wrists and hands will love you! 💪🏼
With such great response to last week's post, today I've got for you a SECOND instalment of Real Moves for Real Life, 5 MORE hand gestures that won't get you into trouble.
Did you know simple movements can have a massive impact?
It feels like it is the best kept secret.
Your body will thank you!
Oh and guess what?! I've got a printable handout for each video that you can find below each post.
Here's to well functioning and happy arms!
Stay well and happy moving,
Have you got out in your yard for some spring clean up yet?
Hello rake! So nice to see you again. I'm tired of your cousin the shovel and I'm happy that its your time to shine.
Are you arms, hands and wrists already beaten up this Spring?
No fear! I'm here to stop the throbbing with the next installment of Real Moves for Real Life video series. AND stick to the end for your invitation to my next in person workshop!
Pain. Stiffness. Fatigue. Blah!
Let's get going with five hand gestures that will support your yard work adventures and provide ease in getting back into the garden! Oh, and they won't offend anyone either!
Out of the five movements, which one was your favourite? Or the worst? Sometimes the one that is the favourite is just the one we need to play with. Let's nurture what is working well.
If you want more movements in your gardening tool belt this summer, I invite you to my upcoming workshop, Gardening Ready Yoga on Saturday April 22 at Yoga Within Edmonton. The 2 hour workshop with take you through key movement patterns that are required for connecting to the earth and a successful gardening season! Why don't you join me?
It is an exciting time of year! Let's make it the best that it can be and have you moving well.
Stay well and happy moving,
I'm posting on a Thursday? I normally only land here on Sunday mornings!
Well, I was thinking of you, dear reader, yesterday and wanted to make sure that you were in the know.
Today is the World Day of Physical Activity.
In 2002, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognized April 6, as World Day of Physical Activity. It's been celebrated over the past two decades.
This day encourages people of all ages to be more physically active, whether through sports, exercise, or other recreational activities.
To celebrate World Day of Physical Activity, I encourage you to participate in physical activities such as walking, cycling, dancing, or playing sports.
I invite you to think about physical activity around the world and find resources to support your physical activity, such as these from the WHO.
Take some time today to promote physical activity awareness.
Most importantly, share your physical activity knowledge with your friends, neighbours and family.
I also wanted to share with you my online physical activity courses at the Physical Activity Academy. And the best part is that they are all free!
Please share the online courses over email or your social media channels with your friends, neighbours, family and/or with anyone you think would benefit from some physical activity support.
I won't be landing in your inbox this Sunday morning. To those of you who celebrate Easter, Happy Easter! 🐰
Stay tuned as I have a lot of fun stuff coming down the pipes for you in my upcoming posts!
Be sure to celebrate April 6 with some physical activity, in whatever way suits you best!
And as always, if you have any questions or concerns I am an open book. 📖
Please feel free to reach out and let me know what you need.
Stay well and happy moving!
Missed my most recent newsletter? Don't worry, I've got your back. Find all my exclusive letters here on this blog. ~Lisa