October 15, 2017
13:00 - 15:00
So, if we haven’t met or spoken in a while, I am excited to share some big news! In less than a month, I will be moving to Guatemala for 6 months (partaking in a 300 RYT and I will be starting a new collaboration with the Kula Collective). Post travel my partner Matt and I will be living in the same city atlas! Matt and I have been jumping back and forth between San Diego and Boulder, CO the last few years. Matt is finishing up his doctorate in physical therapy this December. We have done yoga and climbing retreats together. Matt was recently offered a job with a physical therapist that works specifically with climbers, which has been Matt’s dream. The woman who Matt will be working with was deeply impressed with the extensive research and writing Matt has been work so hard on this last year. Long story, kinda short, we are moving to Salt Lake City. Definitely excited, scared, and nervous all at once, but also looking forward to some changes. Life is to short not to follow your dreams! I am proud of my man, and very ready to be living in the same city! So here we are hosting a two-part workshop series at Mesa Rim in San Diego for yogis and climbers- Essential Mobility For Climbers. This will be my last workshop for the year. Here is the jest:
Have you ever felt like you didn’t quite have the flexibility to do certain climbing moves, or that you couldn’t quite keep your hips close enough to the wall when sending your project? How about that nagging shoulder discomfort whispering in your ear while climbing? In this class series, Jenna and Matt would like to go over some basic mobility that they feel every climber needs to climb successfully and avoid injury. It will be a two class series: The 1st class will discuss mobility, and the 2nd class will discuss exercises to strengthen within your new range of motion. Jenna will guide you through the necessary mobility with yoga poses and stretches from a yogi’s perspective, and Matt will guide you through self-mobilizations and exercises from a physical therapist’s perspective. The main goal of the series is to help you climb optimally and to avoid injury. For registration please check out this link.