Think About Approaching Your Fitness Goals Differently:

Build Your Foundation First

Athletes who focus on posture and mobility surpass their peers in overall outcomes. Why?

They have a solid foundation to build their skills with less risk of injury.

You can do it too!

In this course you will complete an easy-to-follow posture and mobility assessment to determine how solid your foundation is today.

You'll get expert advice on how to improve your foundation and where to begin based on your results.

What are your goals?

Get Through Your Day with Less Pain and More Ease

If you don't wish to exercise, simply building a solid foundation will support your ability to function with less pain and more energy. You'll be able to tackle more projects and have more fun!

Build Functional Strength and Increase Your Overall Health

A solid foundation will let you tackle any fitness program and decrease your likelihood of injury. You'll find more success when you build on a solid foundation!

Take Your Fitness to the Next Level

With a solid foundation, you can take your fitness to the next level if that is where you want to go! When moving with your fascia in mind, you may be surprised what your body can do!

Too many fitness programs jump right into complex strength building movements and are not designed for most women in their middle years.

Unfortunately, most of us are not ready for heavy strength building and are at a high risk of injury.

No matter what your goals are, creating a solid foundation will get you there faster and net better results.

Each lesson is concise yet packed full of practical information you can apply today!

After you purchase the course, you'll have access to all the information below.

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You Also get a Free Follow Along Video So You Can Get Started Right Away!

I've created a video that includes all the key movements you must be doing to begin building your fascia informed foundation!

Meet Your Course Instructor

After teaching my clients what fascia wellness really consists of and why it is so important, I often hear, "Why hasn't anyone ever told me this?!".

I'm passionate about fascia wellness because it improved my life significantly. As an occupational therapist, myofascial practitioner, ergonomics and posture expert, and yoga teacher I find helping people practice better posture and mobility during daily life makes a huge difference in their health and ability to heal from pain and injury. Those who make posture and mobility improvements a priority heal faster and stay pain free.

I've been doing this work for 30 years and love that I'm able to offer my expertise to everyone through this online course.

A Traditional Approach Through the Lens of Fascia

As therapists who are grounded in science and occupation-based theory, we take a traditional approach to occupational therapy practice, but we look through the lens of fascia science.

The fascial system is a body system we must understand in order to fully understand the human body and how it functions. The fascial system is up to ten times more innervated than our muscular system. This means our brains are ten times more interested in our fascia than our muscular system. This does NOT mean our other systems are not important. It speaks very loudly that this system is important!

Understanding the fascial system and its intricate relationship with all our other body systems is a critical layer to understanding health and function. In the literature, the fascia is often referred to as the environment of the body and all the systems within it. If your fascia is healthy, your other body systems have the environment to function well.

In all our courses, we overlay that science of fascia to provide a new and innovative look at approaching occupation therapy practice.