Vallarta Daily is pleased to announce an upcoming monthly column by Via Page beginning in November.
Via believes that better movement, not just exercise, but better every day movement, can address issues of endurance, strength, and mobility. Her column will present information and tips to help readers begin to look at the possibility that intelligent movement is or can be an important part of maintaining or returning to good health.
Via Page, E-500 RYT, teaches people of all ages, shapes, and abilities how to move with intelligence so they can improve performance, eliminate pain, heal and avoid injuries, and live longer. Using Yoga Tune Up®, Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching , BASI Pilates, and other forms of Intelligent Movement in classes, workshops, and privates, Via helps athletes, seniors, and people in pain from injuries and other limitations, to gain and maintain functional movement, strength, flexibility, good posture, and balance. Using her own knowledge and tools for intelligent movement, she has overcome her own lower back and shoulder injuries.
Via lives in Puerto Vallarta, MX and Newberg, Oregon, USA. Sometimes she returns to Southern California to work with clients there and to see her grandchildren. For more information, go to www.viayoga.us or contact her at [email protected].
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