Sunday, November 14
(if you are a current student at Zohar, you can use your class card)
This workshop is an introduction to a vast topic to experience training that help dancers care for their instrument, their body, so that they can extend their dancing days!
Experience examples of foundation building strategies and practices that promote, build, fortify your capacities.
As you participate in a variety of specifically designed group challenges and progressions: Note your current capacities and proficiencies. Discover weaknesses and disconnects. Gain insight into strategies that help bridge the gap and benefit your health and abilities.
Foam Roller (if you have one)
Masks are required
All attendees must be fully vaccinated. Please upload a copy of your vaccination card or State of California authorized QR code to: https://zohardancecompany.app.box.com/f/cc53585b00534f77af4c1104d8471d17
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You can find out more about Lisa on her website:
Lisa Allaire, DC opened Allaire Chiropractic and Rehabilitation in 1997. Her mission is to help people move better and feel better via an evidence-informed blend of manual therapies, rehabilitation/conditioning and healthful self care strategies.
“It’s a privilege to help people function better,
to be in their corner through the many challenges of life”
She independently produced “The Allaire Back Fitness Series” (Seasons 1 and 2). The series aired on PBS stations throughout the United States. The series is now streaming on Patreon.
She continues to teach people how to develop their capacities, cultivate well-being, foster healthy and responsive fitness that supports their activities. She does this via small group classes or in her office.
She walks the talk. As lifelong dancer, with a 12 year immersion in Yoshinkai Aikido, she is now in her 50s and practices what she teaches so that she can keep doing this work, keep dancing, be there for the people she loves, and continue to enjoy life.
“I’m not anti-aging. I’m anti-unnecessary decrepitude. I’m anti-unnecessary medicalization of aging. We each play the most important role in our health trajectory.”