with Dr. Cameron Quillian and Megan Windeler
Saturday, July 7th (1:30 – 3:30pm)
$40 (sign up 10 days in advance and save $10!)

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Learn exercises designed to eliminate pain and get back to doing the things you love with greater ease!
This workshop will help you create balance, awareness, and build strength in the muscles of the back and core. Exercise for a Healthy Spine utilizes a combination of physical therapy, yoga, pilates, and Foundation Training, to help the body move more functionally, correct and heal muscle imbalance, and promotes a life that is pain-free and full of vitality.
Regardless of whether you are recovering from lower back pain or wishing to take your overall performance to a higher level, Exercise for a Healthy Spine can help you achieve your goals.
This is not a course to recover from an acute injury or flare up. If you have recently been injured, or are in severe pain, call Dr. Quillian and we can discuss the path to your healing. (415) 463 0695
What to Bring:
• Wear comfortable clothing you can stretch and exercise in.
• Yoga mat
• Water
• A sense of humor

Instructor — Dr. Cameron Quillian

Dr. Cameron Quillian is passionate about inspiring people to feel functional and energized in their body. He believes that teaching his patients how to move in a healthy way will bring a more sustainable experience of physical ease, flexibility, strength and power. He achieves this goal through a collection of movement and exercise therapy techniques. 

Dr. Quillian is also a talented and compassionate chiropractor who is committed to supporting the health of his patients. He takes a holistic approach by using multiple therapeutic chiropractic techniques, including soft tissue management, chiropractic adjustments, and exercise therapy. He creates a fast and effective treatment plan that helps you live a life free of pain, maximizes the function of your body, and gets you back to the things you love as soon as possible. In essence, he helps you live a life full of vital energy.

Cameron’s passions include nature, surfing, rock climbing, yoga, dancing, visual art, and music. He is also a very enthusiastic traveler. Cameron’s love for adventure has taken him all over the world. He spent years working and traveling in Asia, where he became interested in yoga and meditation, practices that he continues today.



Instructor — Megan Windeler

Megan Windeler’s practice and teaching is rooted in the heartfelt belief that Yoga is simply a good thing. Her practice began by accident over twenty years ago during the deep dark freeze of a Chicago winter. After stumbling blindly into an Iyengar Yoga class in hopes of eluding the freeze, it was revealed to her that ‘living is much easier if you breathe whilst doing it.’ Over a decade and half on she is still trying to figure that one out, but, she practices it every day and has found life easier.

Megan’s classes are slow, strong and rich in alignment. She incorporates both movement and restorative shapes and teaches from the belief that Yoga should be simple, doable and as delicious as the perfect peach on a summer day. No matter how strong or flexible, old or young, or fit or bent out of shape you define yourself to be there is room in her class for you. Her hope is that students leave each class feeling more at home in their bodies and more connected to their lives.

Megan completed the teacher training at the Yoga Tree in San Francisco in 2005 and has been teaching ever since. She has studied anatomy with Ellen Heed and pre/postnatal Yoga with Jane Austin and Marisa Toriggino. She studies Pilates and alignment with Ruthie Whalborg. Her teaching is inspired by her love of books and owes a great debt to her mom’s years as an aerobics instructor, to the police and fire men who taught her to lift weights bigger than herself in highschool, to her years as a bike messenger when the hills of San Francisco taught her that strong is a state of mind and the traffic impressed upon her that the present moment is the most important. And, if you try to tell her you can’t do Yoga because you are not flexible she will stomp her boots and shout (softly) “Yoga is a mindful strength based activity that improves your range of motion, functional strength and flexibility!”



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