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    Heights of Wellness
     
  • Purposeful Movement
     
     
  • Ageless and
    Injury-Free Exercise
     
  • Learn it Right
    Know it for a Lifetime
     

Fall 2019 Workshops

Fundamental Practice: Purposeful Movements.

When the core principles of Yin Yang Philosophy combines with the study of Western Physiology the practice of "Purposeful Movements" develops. This is the fundamental practice and understanding of our unique Mind and Body connection. With it you can advance to the "Ageless and Injury Free Exercises" program.

Come study with Heights of Wellness to discover the crucial ingredient in "Purposeful Movements". It doesn’t matter if you are new to exercise or you are looking to deepen your knowledge of how to engage the right muscles, your journey begins here.

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Fundamental Practice: Purposeful Movements

HOW's Purposeful Movement infused with Yin Yang Philosophy and Western Physiology. Meet the "First Responder"".
4 Tuesdays: 9/24th, 10/1st and 10/15th, 2019

Meaningful Qigong (Branch I)

Branch I: Intro to Contemporary Qigong by Ching
Learn 5 stationary Level I - Contemporary Qigong
4 Saturdays: 10/19th, 10/26th, 11/2nd, and 11/9th, 2019 Time: 8:30 – 10:00am

Insightful Taiji Chuan

Intro to Taiji Chuan Learn Part I of the Three Parts Classical Yang Style Taiji Chuan
4 Saturdays: 10/19th, 10/26th, 11/2nd, and 11/9th, 2019 Time: 10:30am – 12:00 noon

"Ageless and Injury-Free Exercises" Program

Intro to Purposeful Pilates Proper usage/application of "First Responder"
4 Tuesdays:10/22nd, 10/29th, 11/5th, and 11/12th, 2019 Time: 5:30-7:00pm

Cardio Qigong (Branch II) - Rhythm Three (Beyond Waltz)

4 Saturdays: 11/30th, 12/7th, 12/14th, and 12/21st, 2019 Time: 9:00 – 10:30am

HOW Teaching Method

The HOW method is comprised of four basic principles upon which the “Ageless and Injury-Free Exercise” program is structured.

Principle I: Breathing

Our breath changes as our emotions change throughout the day. You will learn: Normal Abdominal Breathing (NAB), Reverse Abdominal Breathing (RAB), and Relaxation Breathing (RB).

Principle II: First Responder

The root of the core muscles is the Transverse Abdominal muscle, or as I call it "The First Responder." At HOW we refer it as the “"Crucial Ingredient" when exercising, so you could say that every exercise is a "Core Exercise".

Principle III: 2 Arrows and 2 V’s

The 2 Arrows on the upper and lower abdominal muscles and the 2 V’s on your back. Learn how to engage them to prevent injuries and strengthen your lower back.

Principle IV: Harmonizing of Yin/Yang or "The Flow"

Yin and Yang Philosophy creates harmony in life and health. "The Flow" is the ultimate result of Knowledge (Yin) and Movement (Yang) as one; an important process when it comes to learning.

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