It’s the May Movement Challenge! This podcast episode explains all you need to know about the #MayMovementChallenge2021 featuring Stanford University’s Research Physical Therapist, Tina Duong.
Tina’s worked with both children and adults with spinal cord injury, stroke rehab, and neuromuscular disease. She talks about stretching, diaphragmatic breathing, and how to take care of yourself when starting a movement practice. Learn about the FITT Principle (Frequency, Intensity, Type, and Time) as it applies to movement and exercise.
Once you’ve listened to this episode, don’t waste any time in registering for any of the five information sessions on Saturdays during the month of May. Take a look at the Events Calendar for May with over 75 classes — all free, online, and most with accessible accommodations.
Each Saturday in May will feature instructors leading a stretch, discussing a different aspect of movement as well as motivating us to select attainable movement goals.