Getting the Most From Your Muscle Head. Or is that Head Muscle?

What does it take to change your body and mind? 

Physical activities shape your body by stimulating the tissues to adapt. It turns out that physical activity also shapes your brain. The crux of the matter is that the brain adapts specifically to how the activity is done. Under specific conditions, contracting muscles produce hormones that can change the structure of your brain and therefore, the products of your mind.

Force and the Nervous System Part 2: Mindful Motion (May 16-18, 2014) is an exploration of the physics, biochemistry, and neurophysiology that lead to these mind-altering changes. This course is about developing tools to help ourselves and our clients shift - body, brain, and mind. FNS2 is a movement oriented course. In this interactive course, participants will experience the practical application of material that is covered in a variety of physical scenarios.

It would be my pleasure to spend a few days with you in sunny Los Angeles. All fitness and healthcare professionals are welcome and FNS1 is NOT a prerequisite; however, there is an FNS1 in Chicago in a few weeks (March 14-16). For more details about FNS1 and FNS2, please click on the images below. If you have already taken FNS1 or FNS2 in the past 2 years and would like to attend, please email me ( for a special discount. 

Thank you for your consideration. If you know of someone who might be interested in the FNS series, please forward this email.

Mindful Motion. One synapse, one InTension® at a time. I hope to see you in class! FNS2 in Los Angeles. Register by March 16, 2014 and get a discount!  CLICK HERE

Principles of Human Motion 2.5 day workshop in Chicago,  March 14-16, 2014. Please register by March 12, 2014.  CLICK HERE