Are you looking for a smarter way to exercise?

It is accepted by science that exercise is extremely important for not only our physical health but also for our brain health.

Do you want to improve the quality of your life?

Would you like to learn new approaches to get the physical activity you need?

As a movement educator, I teach innovative movement programs that enable you to reach your full potential. I work with you to help you find your internal spark that motivates you to live your life fully through one-on-one private sessions and group sessions.  

Throughout the year, I teach weekly Feldenkrais® and Pilates classes in my studio, Cats Pajamas on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, Canada. Recordings of my Feldenkrais lessons are available on my website. 
My annual weekend Movement Intelligence workshop in 2017 is June 24 and 25.

As a Movement Intelligence Specialist and Senior Trainer, I lead Teacher Training workshops in Ruthy Alon's Movement Intelligence programs. Presently I am continuing to teach Movement Intelligence Solutions Mentor Certification online on Fridays 12:30-3:30 pm PT. You are welcome to join the current class in September. As well I offer other Movement Intelligence trainings including Mindful Eating on Tuesdays 10 am - 1 pm PT beginning November 29. Walk for Life didactic begins Monday October 3, 3:30-6:30 pm PT.

All my programs can also be taken solely for your personal development. Continuing education credits are available. These programs are available for both those continuing their training and those beginning.

I am also pleased to now be offering CoreTools products from Denmark: rollers and balls. Please see my products page for more information.

Give me a call or email to arrange an appointment. I look forward to sharing my movement expertise with you so you can learn to use your own movement intelligence!

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We need our bones to last a lifetime, therefore it is important to think BonesForever. Come to Cats Pajamas on beautiful Salt Spring Island, or register for an online program, and learn how to adopt healthy and pleasurable natural movements into your daily life, and to keep your Bones Forever. 

Awaken Your Movement Intelligence with BonesForever


John Pepper's Walking Therapy: A man's journey to walk off his Parkinson's symptoms

Thursday September 29, 3-5 PM at the Salt Spring Library

John Pepper, the maverick South African Parkinson’s disease campaigner, will share his marvelous and hope-filled story and demonstarte his unique way of managing Parkinson’s symptoms. He is on a two month US and Canada speaking tour to promote his book "Reversing Parkinson's Disease". The book is available on his website

Mr Pepper, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1992 when he was 58, has spent the past 13 years travelling the world promoting his non-medical technique of managing Parkinson’s symptoms.

After being diagnosed, Mr Pepper took up the challenge of managing his symptoms by focusing his mind on his walking action. This has changed the neurological pathways in his brain, corrected the typical Parkinson’s shuffle and reduced his hand tremors.

“After some difficult years of trial and error my symptoms have become less obvious,” Mr Pepper said. “I have not needed to take any medication or see a neurologist for the past 13 years and I am now at the stage where, despite having had Parkinson’s for almost 25 years, the symptoms are barely noticeable.”

Mr Pepper’s success has recently been highlighted by renowned Canadian psychiatrist, Dr Norman Doidge who, in his latest book The Brain’s Way of Healing, dedicated a chapter to Mr Pepper’s management technique.

The talk is free, donations gratefully accepted to help cover travel expenses. Private sessions are also availabel by apoointment. 

This event is sponsored by Salt Spring Seniors' Wellness, Salt Spring Library, Anna Haltrecht of BonesForever, and the Feldenkrais Guild of North America.

Please pre-register by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone 250-537-4607