Great information! As an active aged myself (51) I've found out that there is lost mobility and flexibility that I wasn't even aware of until I tried to do certain movements, low squats for example. I am also coming to realize that I need a longer warm up time which I've started incorporating. I'm coming off of an injury but have already prewatched some of your bosu classes and can't wait to try them! Thanks for the wealth of information and for your wonderful personality!
Im in awe of you.. I work with a ton of active agers and love it wherever you show up to PA! A wealth of good sensible information and your personality is so inspiring . I hope you do a workshop here.. my goal in the near future is to get more certifications to work with this age group. Definitely my favorite
Hey Jamie Kirk and jeannene Thanks for watching my latest Active Aging tutorial! I just love this population so very much and am SO proud that I'm keeping many of my active aging clients living independently long term. I'll definitely consider doing a deeper workshop on this population in the future and really appreciate your comments. Much love, Erika
Hi Erica, I teach a balance class at a Cancer center in San Jose as well as own a private Pilates studio. My client base is primarily over 50 active agers. (Definitely adopting that phrase!) I would love to take a workshop with you. Please add me to your email list for upcoming training. Love your style and appreciate your expertise. Sally
Hi Sally Oh thanks for your sweet comment! Well, next time I'm up at PA, perhaps I'll consider doing a longer workshop for CECs as this tutorial is getting a lot of traction. It's such an important age group and one that is only getting bigger + values their health and wellness and has the time and money to do so. Much love, Erika