Mobility Restoration - Art of Primal Postures and the Resting Deep Squat
Move like you're 90: how the moves you make today can change your future
How do you want to move when you’re 90? Do you want to be able to get up and down from the floor without pain? Pick up your grandkids and great grandkids? Balance without the fear of falling? These abilities are basic human movement skills. Would you like to perform these skills now? Please join me for a movement journey.
The Deep Resting Squat
The deep squat is a fundamental resting human position. Practicing a pain-free deep resting squat is crucial for maintaining
- ankle, hip, spine, and shoulder mobility
- core integration and control
- good pelvic floor function;
- and it is crucial for lifelong function - ie lifting heavy things or simply getting up and down from the ground- These are highly valuable life skills for when you are 70, 80, and 90.
This is an in-person deep-dive into the Art of Mobility Restoration with four-week online movement mentorship. In this small group workshop (six people max), Jesse will take you on a movement exploration into primal postures and the deep resting squat.
You will leave with videos of each movement, a deeper understanding of how to squat as well as why to squat, and a new support community of movers - The TAOFit Tribe!
The Art of Fitness
- 6512 Lancret Hill Drive
- Austin, TX, 78745
Bring with you:
Water (preferably in a reusable bottle)
- Yoga mat or blanket - for ground-based movements
- Journal or notebook
This Workshop Includes the Mobility Restoration - Four Week Online Movement Mentorship
Mobility Restoration is the introduction to the movement practice that I teach - The Art of Developing a Movement Lifestyle. This is four-week online movement mentorship created to help you grow your daily movement practice. The program includes:
- Educational and inspirational emails
- Weekly movement videos
- TAOFit Tribe - Members-Only Facebook support community
About Jesse James
This workshop will be based off what I have learned, discovered, and experienced as an athlete; as a patient with an extensive history of chronic pain, injuries, and surgeries; and from more than 21 years as a movement student, coach, therapist, and teacher. (