Reverse Aging: The Mind-Body Connection

NEW! Reverse Aging: The Mind-Body Connection
8 sessions, 12 hours

Physical activity protects areas of the aging brain that involve memory and focus, yet older adults often have mobility and pain issues. Awareness Through Movement® classes, developed by physicist and judo master Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, improve mobility and the mental sharpness through directed attention, visualization and stress-free movement. Whether you want to improve your golf swing or need a way to ease back into exercise, this class is open to all as the perfect way to reduce pain while improving balance, flexibility, strength, vitality and focus.

Instructor: Hannah Vo-Dinh, GCFP, has been authorized by the North American Feldenkrais Guild to teach Awareness Through Movement© classes. She has taught classes at All Saints’ Episcopal, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick and Common Market. In addition, she organized the first Frederick Feldenkrais (r) Festival in 2015 and has twice been a guest instructor at the DC Feldenkrais Festivals. A 2016 graduate of the Feldenkrais Method Training Program of Baltimore, she has completed 4 years and over 950 hours of training. She is the owner of Mind Body Sense, LLC and in addition to teaching group classes, she works perfectly with individuals who have neurological, mobility, balance and pain issues as well as those who wish to improve athletic and artistic performance.

ILR765 Reverse Aging: The Mind-Body Connection
4-Digit Number: 3582
Wednesday, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m., Mar. 15 – May 10  (Skip Date March 29)
Location: Conference Center (E Building) /E106
Fee: $119.00

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