with Kirklan Taber
Sunday, August 6th (2:00 – 3:30pm)
$45 pay online/$50 at the studio; workshop includes a mini customized kit (1 large soft ball and carrying pouch & 8-page handout) for performing treatments at home.
Erase the signs of aging and feel fantastic in just 10 minutes a day!
Come to a MELT anti-aging class and experience changes in how your body looks and feels. Learn simple self-treatments you can do at home to remain active, healthy and pain free for life.
This all levels class will use specialized soft rollers and small MELT Hand & Foot Treatment Balls to stimulate the results of manual therapy. Learn to eliminate “stuck stress” before it accumulates causing chronic aches and pains and unwanted signs of aging. Learn the secrets to the 5 minute face lift and see immediate results that reduce the signs of wrinkles and fine lines. Relieve lower back pain and achy joints that will keep your whole body feeling great at any age. This workshop will help you feel young again at any age.
Don’t miss your chance to experience this unique self-care technique featured in the New York Times bestselling book The MELT Method: A Breakthrough Self-Treatment System to Eliminate Chronic Pain, Erase the Signs of Aging, and Feel Fantastic in Just 10 Minutes a Day!
Instructor — Kirklan Taber
Kirklan Taber believes exercise can be a moving meditation, centering our lives both physically and spiritually.
In 1994 Kirklan started Get Fit LLC as a personal trainer and began working at “Your Personal Best” a facility that focused on individuals recovering from injury and “gym intimidation.” Soon after starting his business he attended a yoga class with a friend. He “took” to the practice of Yoga and moved to incorporate its beauty, grace and peace of mind in to his teaching, becoming a certified yoga instructor in 2000 with Yogafit. Following a knee and shoulder injury Kirklan began his rehabilitation with Pilates and in 2002 studying through Healthy Habits in Sacramento, he was certified as a Pilates Instructor. He has studied under Rose Zahn, Nancy Myers, Janine Fodiller and Stephanie Forster and continues his education through Balanced Body University at EHS Pilates. He is passionate about fitness and rehabilitation, helping his students achieve their goals while fostering a safe and supportive practice.
He continues to help people recover from hip and knee replacement surgery, cancer, stoke and HIV/AIDS. His greatest wish for his students is that they become strong, confident and healthy.
For more information about Kirklan – www.kiki-yo.com