a Revolution In Motion is Here
Going into my fifties and unable to walk without pain, I began studying footwork practices and healing modalities. Although I did not live in NYC, someone suggested I try Revolution in Motion's Feet First classes around 2010. I went, I sweated, I was challenged, I felt like a kid, and at the end of class, I marveled that it was already over. I went as often as I could on my few NYC visits.
A silver lining during the pandemic was the opportunity to take Revolution In Motion Institute's Pelvic Floor Fitness Self-Guided Course on my own time while attending Virtual Classes with Dr. Edythe twice a week. Then, I jumped at the opportunity to get certified to teach Vitality.
I love teaching Vitality!
I have taught a variety of healing modalities on Martha's Vineyard (MV), NYC, and Mexico and own Peaked Hill Studio on MV while presently creating a studio in Providence, Rhode Island. Teaching is a way for me to share tools that allow each of us to have a different relationship with our bodies so we can promote healing, stay out of pain, and balance our nervous system. Before committing to the Rev6 practice, I taught biomechanically-based yoga, a deep meditative healing practice for the past five years.
Most students will give me an hour per week. I want them to have the most significant global effect on their body. Feeling the breadth of Rev6's focus, movement, and effects on my body, I understood it perfectly complements the biomechanically-based yoga I practice and teach.
I am thrilled to continue studying, learning, and sharing Rev6 in my local communities and online.