Blogs about Integrative Movement

Embrace The Silly You

People have a misconception of what exercise is---and it doesn't necessarily happen in a gym or with fancy equipment or with wearing expensive workout clothes. Thank GOODNESS our bodies really aren't very smart. Our bodies don't really know whether we are lifting weights at an expensive gym (while taking selfies) or if we are putting away groceries. It only knows that it is working against force.

Move Better--Correcting Shoulder Imbalances

 Back in the day when I was growing up, if you wanted good posture you would walk around with a book on your head. I suppose that the longer you walked around without the book falling then the better your posture was getting. Ahhh, life was so simple back then. Science wise I don’t think they were too far off. Certainly practicing good posture can lead to good posture and better posture leads to better movement, less muscular stress and reduced injuries. 

Capturing Movement: Week 5 class at UNM!

On September 20, my dear photographer friend Basil Steele came for a visit at UNM.

What to do for Arthritis in the Knee

Many times as we age arthritis can build up in certain joints. The knee is one of the joints that is more susceptible to arthritis.

Dance Glance, Sept. 2015

Reviewing yesterday...   

THIS IS SO PRECIOUS..............

What i'm I, the crazy balance guy talking about?

Why Everyone Loves Dance

You can be any size, shape, race, gender, background, income, or education level: 

Breaking the Meathead Mentality

Many affiliate exercise with stereotypical associations encouraged or identified by sciences and society. Science, gyms, disease risk, aesthetic appeal, health and wellness, medicine, and the like. Yet it is less than often that people look at exercise as achieving a higher level of thought. Yes, I am talking about exercise philosophy. Now, I’m not saying people do not think, or that achieving a higher perspective of the self has no been present in the likeness of yoga or tai chi, but society does not associate exercise with experiencing deep thought. 

The Importance of Moving Well

Our bodies are designed to move. This is very evident in that we have legs that allow us to not only crawl, hop and walk, but also run, jump and skip (yes, adults should still be skipping and hopping). Our arms and torso are also designed to help us move and play an important role in our gait (if you don’t believe, then start walking now and watch how your arms and torso help to move the rest of your body). When done properly, exercise will enhance the ability of our bodies to move.