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Sturdy, Upright, and Tall: Posture for Aging

  • Free Online Workshops

    Sturdy, Upright, and Tall: Posture for Aging

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About this workshop

Do you assume that aging means losing balance, stooping, and shrinking? Let’s flip the script. Come learn the art and science of how to decompress your spinal discs, tissues, and nerves and rejuvenate your body through the Primal Posture™ approach of the Gokhale Method. We’ll practice techniques that will stabilize, un-hunch, and lengthen your spine. You will greatly improve your body’s architecture -- and your life! This special Free Online Workshop will give you refreshing posture skills you can take with you forever. Your body and mind will thank you!

Your Teacher

Esther Gokhale, L.Ac.

Esther Gokhale (GO-clay) has been involved in integrative therapies all her life. As a young girl growing up in India, she helped her mother, a nurse, treat abandoned babies waiting to be adopted. This early interest in healing led her to study biochemistry at Harvard and Princeton and, later, acupuncture at the San Francisco School of Oriental Medicine.

After experiencing crippling back pain during her first pregnancy and unsuccessful back surgery, Gokhale began her lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain. Her studies at the Aplomb® Institute in Paris and years of research in Brazil, India, Portugal and elsewhere led her to...Read more

What others are saying

Benefits of learning the Gokhale Method:

  • Reduce/eliminate many kinds of musculoskeletal pain
  • Prevention of joint/disc degeneration
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Improve circulation and breathing
  • Look and feel more confident
  • Weight loss and reduce appearance of belly fat
  • Increase energy, stamina, and flexibility
  • Increase height (up to 1" or 2.54cm)
  • Increase productivity

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