Why Walking Is Worth Working On

Why walking?” was a question I heard often when I first began to develop the CoreWalking program. “Don’t we already know how to walk?” My standard response has always been that I have yet to …

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Walking Barefoot Outside Is Therapeutic

When I started walking barefoot outside over three years ago, it hurt. The scene was reminiscent of the Saturday morning cartoon figure walking over ground glass with oohs, aahs and ouches emanating all around. Prospect …

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Pedometer Update: Fitbit One

The winter did a number on my daily goal of 15,000 steps.  It wasn’t particularly cold but hitting the streets in the AM chill, for whatever it was, made it easy to turn back quickly. …

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Walk the Way You Play

The way I teach is to look for images or cues that clients and students can relate to. The more something resonates inside the more likely it is that change can happen. Walk the way …

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Footprints in the Snow

Last night was a beautiful night to take a walk in Brooklyn. I miss the snow covered winters that used to rock Brooklyn when I was growing up.  It has barely snowed in the seven …

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The Core Walking Program

In 2005 I decided that I would teach people to walk. This decision didn’t grow out of a boredom with teaching yoga, but more from a desire to expand what I could offer with movement. …

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