Infinite Body Joyful Joints™ class gains popularity!

Stephanie Prima - Contributed photo

Stephanie Prima – Contributed photo

Stephanie Prima reports that due to increased attendance, her Infinite Body Joyful Joints™ class has moved to a larger location. It’s now in the Community Room at Skagit College, Mondays, 4:30 – 5:30 pm.

The class has become so popular because the gentle, flowing movements of this unique class are simple to learn but deceptively powerful on both the physical and emotional level. In one hour you feel rejuvenated but also focused and calmed; it’s an indescribable sense of “aliveness” and “awareness” that is unlike any other form of exercise. Movements are done both seated and standing, with particular attention to balance and reflexes, so we have a better chance of avoiding falls as we age.

As one current participant put it, “I am a 73-year-old woman who has attended my very first ‘holistic healing’ class with Stephanie. It was such an enlightening experience for me that I shall continue with a ten week session. Most of the movements seem so simple, but actually I felt once I completed the class that I had exercised. The mental aspect of this class is excellent; my mind was truly focused and most of the clutter disappeared.”

The mind-body connection is critical in the process of restoring our health. After all, we are not just a physical body; our thoughts and emotions manifest in our body, in our relationships with others, and in the world. The essential movement principles of Infinite Body Joyful Joints™ emulate the holistic motions of nature, allowing the body to assimilate the movement in a very natural way. But with dedicated practice, they can also be used to develop emotional strength, grace and suppleness; alleviate pain, and promote longevity.

If you want to get your body moving again and find a calm respite from daily stress, THIS is the class for you!  It’s a non-judgmental, supportive atmosphere, and everyone moves at their own capacity; no special clothing or equipment is required. For more information, contact Stephanie at 317-1448, Outreach [@]

Posted on May 23, 2016 at 5:39 am by

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