Eye, Movement, Structure Connection a WAPF Chapter Meeting

Why do we experience body pain?

When we shorten and tighten our muscles for movement, when we grip to stand up and when we do repetitive movements our muscles don’t get enough oxygen and blood through them. This is the main cause of muscle pain and often we actually wear out our joints.

Come hear how using our bodies in a better way: through conscious use of the muscles and the connection between the eyes and visual pathway can change the way we move giving us poise, balance and lessing pain.

Our Presenter is Kay Hogan, The title of the talk is “The Eye, Movement, Structure Connection.”

Kay Hogan holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Counseling. She is trained in Hellerwork, the Alexander Technique, and Neurokinesiology of movement and reflexes. Kay is also a Natural Vision Educator. Find about Kay Hogan.

We are the Weston A. Price Foundation chapter for the Concord/Walnut Creek/Pleasant Hill area. The meeting is Wednesday, July 12th. We will start at 6 p.m. with a potluck and then have our meeting & presentation from 6:30 – 7:30. Please bring your own dinnerware. And we ask that people turn cell phones off or leave them in their car in respect of our emf sensitive members. Thank you.

RSVP. We will give the address when you RSVP.