By Todd Hargrove


I'm an author, bodyworker and movement therapist. I write about coordination, pain, complexity, play, the nervous system, body/mind issues and more.

New Class on Developmental Movements: February 17 - March 24

Get info on audio lessons and e-book
Get info on audio lessons and e-book

Who wants to attend a fun movement class?

I am teaching a series of six classes that focus on developmental movements like breathing, rolling, squatting, and crawling.

The classes are based on the Feldenkrais Method, and the concepts set forth in my book.

That means the movements will be slow, mindful, non-threatening, curious, exploratory, fun, playful, and oriented around very basic movement patterns like rolling, squatting, reaching, etc.

By the end of the series you will hopefully learn some movements that will help you remove stress, manage pain, improve comfort, and/or feel more alive and functional in your body. The movements could become part of a warm up, or a cool down, or a program of exploring movement, or just something relaxing to do at the end of the day.

Here's a little more detail on the where, when and how to sign up.

When and where

Classes will be held Tuesdays evenings, 6-7pm, from February 17, 2014 through March 24.

Classes will be held at M'Illumino at 6921 Roosevelt Way NESeattle WA 98115.

To sign up

Space is limited, so to reserve a spot, please prepay for the class by clicking below. The cost is $12 per class or $10 per class if you want to pay for all six in advance. The classes build on a common theme but each can be done separately.

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If you have any questions about the class, you can contact me here.

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