Workshops

Move. Learn. Align. Monthly workshops with Gabrielle Czaja to help you move better and feel better

Upcoming Schedule

Starting The Year Off On The Right Foot!

Oh My, what a year it has been so far. Enough already. Let’s give our feet some love so that we can feel grounded, supported and flexible. In addition, let’s empower our young people to navigate this rocky ground with a firm footing. In these experiential workshops we’ll have fun with anatomy and learn how to have not only happy feet, but also how to move through our day feeling grounded and flexible to meet whatever the day brings.

 

 

For adults

 

Putting Our Best Foot Forward

Our feet carry our bodies and brains around all day.  Yet, we only tend to pay attention when they hurt, we feel off balance, or need a new pedicure. Our feet are the way we connect with the earth, so we can be upright. For example, did you know that feet have an impact on how we sit, stand and walk? Most importantly, our feet are our anchors.  

Let’s get to know our feet to minimize pain, improve how we stand and walk, and most importantly, so we can feel grounded.  Let’s get the year off to a good start by putting our best foot forward.

 

Once you’ve registered, further details and a Zoom link will be sent.

Tuesday, January 18
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

For teens

 

Standing On Our Own Two Feet

“Stand on your own two feet” can have different intentions. As an admonishment, we might hear it or deliver it as “get your act together”. Ouch. When aspirational, we seek a state of being whereby we feel grounded, connected and capable of responding with flexibility and equanimity no matter what the day brings.

As parents, teachers, and mentors, we have aspirations and dreams for our kids–we seek to nurture them so they can find their way in the world, to be able to “stand on their own two feet”. As coaches, we strive to train student-athletes to excel in without injuries. Where’s the sweet spot? Kids are smart. With a bit of practical knowledge in a fun and supportive learning environment, they learn how to stay grounded, flexible, and with confidence in the midst of chaos.  Moreover, its important for kids to understand how their feet work to be successful in sports. Did you know? Feet are also important for standing and sitting posture!

 

Once you’ve registered, further details and a Zoom link will be sent.

Tuesday, January 25
7:00pm to 7:45pm

About Gabrielle

Gabrielle Czaja, PT, smiling arms crossed in front of a green field

Gabrielle Czaja, PT, M.ATI, M.AmSAT
Holistic Educator
Alexander Technique teacher
Physical Therapist

Gabrielle Czaja, is a physical therapist, Alexander Technique teacher and holistic educator whose greatest joy is guiding you to optimal health, and empowering you to thrive and succeed.

I am the PT who teaches young people and those who love and work with them how to tap into a better body-mind connection that will free them from the paralyzing grip of anxiety,  distraction and discomfort.

Standing On Our Own Two Feet

“Stand on your own two feet” can mean different things. As an admonishment, we might hear it or deliver it as “get your act together”. Ouch. When aspirational, we seek a state of being whereby we feel grounded, connected, and flexible so to meet life’s inevitable challenges.

As parents, teachers, and mentors, we have aspirations and dreams for our kids–we seek to nurture them so they can find their way in the world, to be able to “stand on their own two feet”. As coaches, we strive to train student-athletes to excel in sport without injuries.  Where’s the sweet spot? How do we empower them to stand on their own two feet with confidence amdist the chaos?

Kids are smart. When offered a bit of practical knowledge in a fun and supportive environment, they learn how to stay grounded and flexible when the world is crazy-stressful. Moreover, it’s important for kids to understand foot function to ge a successful and injury free athlete. PS: Did you know that our feet are important for standing and sitting posture?

Once you’ve registered your teen, further details and a Zoom link will be sent.

My Professional Associations

Alexander Technique International logo
APTA - American Physical Therapy Association
American Society for the Alexander Technique