There’s a common saying in the movement world: “move it or lose it”. Yet modern life does not provide most of us with the quantity and variety of movement our bodies need to stay healthy and resilient. This workshop will teach you simple ways to fill in your movement “gaps” throughout your work day, focusing on joint mobility and common areas of discomfort. Think of it as a maintenance tune-up for your most important vehicle, your body!

After this workshop you'll:
  • Be able to respond to physical discomfort with both mindful awareness and tangible movement skills to help you feel better in the moment
  • Understand more about your body's biomechanical movement needs, including joint rotation and common misalignments
  • Understand the basics of how the nervous system works in order to better respond to stress and how it manifests in the physical body
This workshop is open to all staff and faculty and will be tailored to the needs of those who attend. Please wear comfortable clothes you can move in.

Presenter      Molly Kitchen, E-RYT

About the Presenter

Molly Kitchen (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP) has been teaching yoga with skill and passion since 2009. Her classes emphasize self-inquiry, somatic exploration and sustainable movement while integrating and honoring yogic philosophy. Using clear alignment instruction, inspiring stories and often a bit of humor, she creates an environment that invites her students to connect with their own curiosity and wisdom. Molly is the founder and director of Adhikara Yoga School, a teacher training program that infuses social justice values into every aspect of the curriculum. She is also the creator of Yoga Consent Cards, which are a simple tool that allows students to choose whether or not they'd like to receive hands-on assists from teachers. Learn more at

Date Time Location
Tuesday, August 25
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Alumni House

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