Move Well - 12 Ways to Better Movement
Create a movement rich life, beat aches and pains, and feel strong and confident in your body
How much movement do you really need? And what kind?
Should you take up strength training?
Pilates, Yoga, or Restorative Exercise?
Swim? Bike? Run?
Is exercise even the best form of movement?
No matter what kind of exercise you choose, you can still only do it a few hours a week.
Even if you went to the gym daily, that's still 7 to 10 hours of moving.
What about the rest of the time? The other 158 hours of your week?
When you look at what little percentage of our time we can actually exercise, especially compared to the varied and rich in movement opportunities life of our ancestors, no wonder that even avid exercisers feel stiff, tired and achy at the end of a work day.
And it's no surprise that our most active clients still struggle with backaches, headaches, low energy, and fatigue.
When we start to introduce the principles of all day movement and focus on sitting positions, walking breaks, breathing style, and creating a robust and rich lifestyle of regular natural movement, our students go from thinking they have to work hard, to being astonished at the power of an all-day movement approach.
We take a different approach to thinking about movement
Our approach respects your physiology and how your body adapted to nature through natural movement.
We believe that by mastering the 12 ways to better movement, you can, like many others, feel right in your body and enjoy a new outlook on movement and life!
What is all day movement anyways?
Think of it this way. If you lived in nature, your body would be moving through varied terrain, taking many steps in a day, squatting, climbing, hanging, running, gathering, hunting...all activities that require you move quite a bit.
Most of us work behind desks and screens, drive cars, and never really have the opportunity to experience the natural loads delivered by natural human movement.
While our lifestyle is modern, our bodies are ancient and require you move outside your exercise time.
That's why we've been teaching the foundational habits of a movement rich life to our students for a long time - long before we wrote our latest book.
Because it's those very habits that help us live as close to a natural movement rich lifestyle as we can.
Now, we have recorded short and powerful lessons, so you can start to incorporate those habits in your own life!
Move Well - 12 Ways to Better Movement
● Learn and establish one powerful movement habit at a time
● Get instant access to the 12 video lessons
● Gain confidence and feel competent in your own body
● Form lasting habits and set up systems that will support you for life
Whether you want more energy, better movement quality, or to find new ways to embrace all day movement, our Move Well program is here for you.
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Program & Curriculum
Click To StartHabit 1 - Move often (5:13)
Click To StartHabit 2 - Walk after meals (1:22)
Click To StartHabit 3 - Stand differently (6:13)
Click To StartHabit 4 - Use the floor (Sit Differently) (1:58)
Click To StartHabit 5 - Create a morning routine (3:22)
Click To StartHabit 6 - Movement tools (6:41)
Click To StartHabit 7 - Create an evening routine (3:30)
Click To StartBonus! Move for food (1:11)
Click To StartHabit 8 - Build a dynamic workspace (1:48)
Click To StartHabit 9 - Active leisure time (1:43)
Click To StartHabit 10 - Breathing (4:50)
Click To StartHabit 11 - Take a class (2:57)
Click To StartHabit 12 - Eye breaks (3:07)
Click To StartThe 12 habits checklist
Course led by
Roland Denzel is a health and weight loss coach whose first client was himself.
“I’ve been where you are.
I grew up overweight and sedentary, then at age 35, I had my ‘now’ moment. I lost over 100 pounds, and I’ve kept them for over seventeen years. Since then, I used my momentum and passion for health and wellness to get educated in nutrition, fitness, and coaching to help others just like me.”
Roland Denzel is a sports nutrition and weight loss coach certified through Precision Nutrition. He’s certified as an IKFF kettlebell coach, and personal trainer and Restorative Exercise Specialist through Katy Bowman’s Nutritious Movement Center.
Galina Denzel is an expert in emotional eating, nervous system regulation, and healing movement.
“I specialize in supporting clients through nervous system regulation and movement.
People recovering from emotional eating, chronic and persistent pain, as well as syndromes such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and autoimmune illness find my holistic approach invaluable on their healing path.”
Galina Denzel is a Nutritious Movement Restorative Exercise Specialist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and NARM Practitioner. She combines her skills and education to support clients who need and appreciate a holistic approach to healing.
Feel better in your body, starting today
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Roland and Galina's Move Well - 12 Ways to Better Movement
- Learn the very habits Roland and Galina teach their private clients
- Get instant access to the 12 video lessons
- Jump right in or get weekly lesson reminders
- Enjoy accountability and email access to your coaches
Delight in more energy, better movement quality, and find fun new ways to embrace all day movement.
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