Tag: fitness

Functional Fitness Fusion

After testing the waters by teaching several in person workshops at Studio 3sixT, I have been invited to teach a weekly class. YAY! This weekly class is a combination of many movement modalities including Pilates, fit ball, gentle body sculpting, somatic awareness, barre work, therapeutic exercise, and Feldenkrais. The class is 55 minutes long and starts at 1:15. No previous experience is necessary and all levels are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and a large towel. Have socks on hand, just in case we need to put them on our feet. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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Functional Fitness Fusion Class

After testing the waters by teaching several in person workshops at Studio 3sixT, I have been invited to teach a weekly class. YAY! This weekly class is a combination of many movement modalities including Pilates, fit ball, gentle body sculpting, somatic awareness, barre work, therapeutic exercise, and Feldenkrais. The class is 55 minutes long and starts at 1:15. No previous experience is necessary and all levels are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and a large towel. Have socks on hand, just in case we need to put them on our feet. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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Weekly Functional Fitness Fusion Class

After testing the waters by teaching several in person workshops at Studio 3sixT, I have been invited to teach a weekly class. YAY! This class will be a combination of many movement modalities including Pilates, fit ball, gentle body sculpting, somatic awareness, barre work, therapeutic exercise, and Feldenkrais. The class is 55 minutes long and starts at 1:15. No previous experience is necessary and all levels are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and a large towel. Have socks on hand, just in case we need to put them on our feet. Please contact me if you have any questions. Click here to register for class

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Fabulous Fit Tip #1

Welcome to Cheryl’s fabulous fit tips! One of my goals for this year is to include a series of monthly fit tips to share with you, based on my award-winning and best-selling book, “Forever Fit & Flexible.” My plan was to begin in January, but along the way I saw a shiny object and was off and running in another direction. It happens sometimes. However, now I am back on track, and as I started the series of fit tips, I found a old gem which I wrote 8 years ago regarding my thoughts on mid-March resolutions. Ironically, or shall I say coincidently, the first fit tip is about setting goals. Each consecutive tip builds on the previous one, to help give you the tools to be successful, not only in your Fit & Flexible journey, but in every single aspect of your life. FIT...

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Healthy Posture, Healthy Body

Healthy posture is essential to our health, wellness, fitness, and flexibility. Not only does good posture make you look better, it makes you feel better. Besides, there are a multitude of health benefits that you can reap from practicing good posture. Consequently, there are a myriad of detrimental effects that can result from poor posture. Let’s start with the bad news so we can end on a high note. “Poor posture” is typically associated with a slumped spine, rounded shoulders, and a forward head position. This posture makes us appear timid, tired, aged, and like we have the weight of the world on our shoulders. I guess that’s something we can all relate to after the year we’ve just had, as well as the fact that we have literally been glued to our computers...

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