When your body talks, you're forced to listen

Your body has a way of getting your attention and letting you know all is not well.

It speaks in the language of symptoms.

  • a nagging back ache
  • twingy hip
  • knees that gets crabby when you take the stairs 
  • pelvic pain
  • diastasis recti
  • sneeze pee

You want to move comfortably and feel good but your movement and alignment habits unknowingly undermine you. They're sneaky like that.

 

Move Better, Feel Better: First Steps is a 5 part free mini-course that gives you bite-sized, easy to implement, steps that help you identify and shift those sneaky alignment and movement habits so you can get relief. 

How it works

Every other day, you'll get one short video lesson delivered to your inbox. Click the link in the email to watch the lesson and practice along with it. 

You'll then work with that movement tip during your day and begin to change the underlying habits that set you up for the back ache, twingy hip, crabby knees, diastasis recti, sneeze pee or pelvic pain.

 

I have struggled for years with lower back pain, spasms, and super duper tight hips/butt. I have tried to get "into" better alignment, but have always found it overwhelming and hard to figure out where to start. The five day course was perfect for finding a place to start. 

~ Carrie O.

 

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I'm Lisa Gillispie, craniosacral therapist and Restorative Exercise Specialist™. I created this mini-course so people would have clear, easy-to-understand steps for getting started on their alignment journey. 

It's too easy for people to get overwhelmed and feel they have to do everything all at once. Keep it simple and start with just one thing a day.

 

 

 

 

This is so helpful! I feel more stable and supported.  I love your very specific and clear directions, Lisa.

~ Shelly

 

I'm an alignment newbie and I found everything WAY too overwhelming. Lisa's mini course is an excellent way to get started. It's super easy to understand. Informative but not too long, with clear, concise directions.

~ Mandy Giroir Miller