Therapeutic

  • Earthsong - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Choreographer: Holy Nastasi

    Release Date: September 2019

    Difficulty: Beginner

    Focus: The shoulder girdle, including both the clavicles and the shoulder blades.

    Intent: To stimulate mobility of the shoulder girdle, freeing up the movement of the arms and the spine.

  • Alive - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Choreographer: Elizabeth Cole

    Release Date: July 2019

    Difficulty: Beginner

    Focus: The 13 main joints of the body.

    Intent: To activate sensory feedback with mobility.

  • Passion - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Choreographer: Casey Berstein

    Release Date: June 2019

    Difficulty: Beginner

    Focus: Movement variety

    Intent: Add spontaneity and fun into our workout so that we can safely challenge and enhance our stability and balance

  • Wild - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Beginner

    Core and Agility Conditioning

    Focus: Reflexive conditioning as an automatic response from the nervous system to a stimulus.

  • Cadence - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Choreographer: Pauline Osborne

    Release Date: February 2019

    Difficulty: Beginner

    Focus: The feet, which provide a foundation for our movement.

    Intent: To create a sensation of stability and a feeling of being grounded. This allows you to move with more ease.

  • Grateful - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Beginner

    Fun, Pop, Dance Conditioning

    Focus: To create an agile, sleek body with the playful pop dance party, Grateful. Find freedom and playfulness in the music.

  • Flow - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Beginner

    Lower Back and Buttock Strengthening and Mobility Conditioning

    Focus: The 13 major joints of the body. This includes 2 ankles, 2 knees, 2 hips, 2 shoulders, 2 elbows, 2 wrists, and 1 spine.

  • Seated Workout - Routine - Moving to Heal

  • Sacred - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Beginner

    Feet and Stability Conditioning

    Focus: On the bones and your personal connection to self through tribal, primal movements.

  • Aya - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Choreographer: Holly Nastasi

    Release Date: May, 2018

    Difficulty: Beginner

    Focus: Our focus is upper extremities, including the shoulder girdle, shoulder joint, upper arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, hands, and fingers. We are connected to the world by the upper extremities in functional and e...

  • Deep Dive - Moving to Heal

    Movie

    Beginner

    Spine, Arm and Flexibility Conditioning

    Focus: Be like water and connect to the liquid space within the body and with each movement you make. Immerse into pleasurable sensations of sliding and gliding with spring-loaded joints. Mobilize the liquid inner space of your body and imagi...

  • Meditations
    2 videos

    Meditations

    2 videos

    Debbie Rosas meditations provide the opportunity to take time out, relax, and be guided through transformational experiences.

  • 5 Stages
    10 videos

    5 Stages

    10 videos

    Nia 5 Stages is an integrative movement practice based on the five developmental movement stages humans experience from the embryo to walking.

    **Medical Alert:**

    Please consult your doctor before beginning this exercise program. The instruction and advice presented in this video are in no w...

  • Floorplay Workout

    Movie

    Beginner

    Basics of Somatic Floor Conditioning

    Focus: Learn to deeply relax into the power of FloorPlay while using the energy of the earth to bring about greater strength, flexibility, agility, mobility, and stability.

  • Moving to Heal

    1 video

    Difficulty: Beginner and Specialization Challenged Populations

    Eclectic music, easy to follow workouts designed for individuals dealing with short and long term illnesses and for those recovering from an injury. Classes include "chair" workouts.