We are excited to welcome Adam Gauzza to the kinected crew. Read on to get to know him better and catch a class with him @ 6pm Thursdays, and book a session with him on Thursdays and Fridays. Q: Preferred Prop? A: My favorite prop is the physioball. It’s equally great for giving proprioception and … More instructor spotlight: Adam Gauzza
Coming up on 11/12, Deb Goodman, MSPT will be leading her popular kinectED workshop, The Post-Partum Client, to further explore the musculoskeletal changes pregnancy brings along with the goals of postpartum rehabilitation in its progression. Deb Goodman is a licensed manual physical therapist with specialties in women’s health, dance medicine, and sports medicine. Deb is … More kinectED: The Post-Partum Client with Deb Goodman, MSPT
We’re thrilled to represent kinected at Gibney Dance with two weekly classes, taught by kinected instructors and teacher trainers Lauren Alzamora and Anna Vollmar. Both of these amazing women are former dancers who found their way into Pilates through pain and injury prevention and wanting a deeper understanding of the mind body connection. Read on … More NEW therapeutic pilates at Gibney Dance
Meet Georgia! We’re thrilled for you to meet our newest instructor, Georgia Sanford. Learn a little bit more about her from our lil’ Q & A below, and book a session with her on Mondays and Fridays. Q: Preferred Prop? A: A bumpy ball! It’s a great tool to increase proprioception and those little tiny … More instructor spotlight: Georgia Sanford
Our recent mentor graduate Stefanie Gordon reflects on her experience in kinectED’s mentor program. To read more about her experience, check out her previous posts here and here! My mentorship has finally come to an end. We laughed, We cried. We palpated many an ASIS and PSIS. Well, two out of the three happened; I … More mentor program: that’s a wrap
Don’t miss our next kinectED course: Dynamic Exploration of the Anatomy of Breathing with Michelle Spinner! In this 1-day workshop, participants will: Gain a deeper understanding of the respiratory mechanism both technically and experientially Learn how to train the respiratory mechanism to function fully and effectively Learn how to relieve tension through the breath Explore … More upcoming kinectED: Dynamic Exploration of the Anatomy of Breathing
Read up as kinected’s mentor student Stefanie Gordon shares her perspective from FAMI 2016. I just finished my time at The Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries (FAMI) Workshop and I am only now digesting the incredible experience I had working with the fantastic faculty and guest lecturers at the Icahn School of Medicine at … More FAMI 2016 reflections: Stefanie Gordon
If your residence is primarily in the Northeast, your swim time is compressed seasonally. This means that for those who love to swim, you’ll overdo it the first few times you get your opportunity to be aqua man or aqua woman, which increases your likelihood for injury. And swimmer’s shoulder can be painful. An easy … More healthy hint: summer swim
Meet Kristen! Check out our spotlight on the fabulous Kristen Rizzuto, kinected instructor & professional dancer! Preferred prop: Squishy ball! Gurdy ball! Overball! Whatever it’s called, I love it. It’s such a versatile little dude! You can easily change its size & stick it anywhere. Suddenly you have a device capable of increasing proprioception and … More instructor spotlight: Kristen Rizzuto!
This month, instead of honing in on just a specific joint, we’re zooming out to look at improving overall posture. Check out our coordinating modifications of the month below…they just happen to be travel-sized to take care of your bod no matter where summer takes you.