Just as we got used to the “new normal”, now we are getting back to the old normal, and our bodies are confused! Let's gently re-condition our body and mind.
Each class meeting includes discussions about fitness, anatomy, physiology, and Chinese medicine theory, practicing of self-care techniques, stretch and other exercises.
Fridays, September 9 - December 3 (12 classes; No class on November 26) 2:30-3:45 pm
This class is a part of the "Living well, aging well" program at San Francisco Senior Center. Please check out their website for other services they offer:
Your first appointment will require extra time for detailed intake. Please make sure you allow about 1.5 hours for the first appointment. When you are booking the appointment online, make sure to choose the "First-time appointment (1.5 hr)" on the list.
If you have had an initial appointment, your regular appointment is about an hour. It consists of an intake, assessment, and treatment. When you are booking online, please choose "regular appointment" on the list.
564 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94104
Don't see the time you like? please call/ text 415.770.0250 or:
The button below will take you to my friend's House of Rejuvenate Massage & bodyworks' booking system.
They offer massage therapy, including Thai massage, hot stones, also facials and skincare services. So please check out other services while you are there!
Do you have a question about your wellness routine? Don't know where to start? Which program to join, want to find out more about acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine?..... or?
Whether you are new to exercise and don't know where to start, want to freshen up your old routine, or looking for an easy workout routine to fit into your busy schedule... let's come up with something you want and enjoy doing, NOT what you "suppose to" or "have to" do!
Learn simple stretch, self-massage, and other self-care techniques that are safe and effective to help improve circulation, range of movement, ease stiff muscles and joints, for relaxation and better sleep.
Interested in exploring how we are made to move? How to move more gracefully or efficiently? Whether you are a dancer, a boxer, a walker or a caretaker, understanding the body mechanism can enhance the efficiency of your movement and can reduce the risk of injuries.
Stay well and fit so you can stay independent and active! Don't just blame aging and "wear and tear" and give up! There are still many ways to improve your health. It's NEVER too late and you are never too old to start anything!
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