Classes are based upon the individuals in the room. My years of experience as an educator combined with my daily practice of embodiment help me to perceive how others are moving.
Exercises are adapted to movers of all abilities and ages. Classes are limited to 10 people.
New classes are developed around the interests and questions of the students. If you have a specific interest (arthritis, knee or foot pain, shoulder pain, lung breathing…), let me know and I will design a class for you.
Spiraling & Stretching for Teens – This class will build strength and flexibility.
Reach & Roll – This class improves strength, flexibility, balance, & connectivity.
Fluid Moves – This class provides awareness of supple strength & mobility.
Breathing Meditation – This class explores the use of breath in quieting the body and mind.
This class explores how we express through movement. Students will be given simple studies of motion, space, rhythm, and props that will lead to a final movement statement or story. No dance or movement experience is necessary. For ages 9 – 12.
Offered through the Lifelong Learning program at the Great Falls College/Montana State University in Great Falls or at the Peak. See Special Courses tab.
From Womb to Room – for infants, parents & caregivers
There are several options to help parents better understand the developmental milestones that their infant is experiencing.
Offering introductory and certification courses, click here for more information.
To schedule a private session contact Wendy at: 406-770-9244 or email@example.com.
Wendy Masterson is a master teacher that has an incredible insight into the mind body connection. She is able to provide information that can be influential in creating ease in movement and reducing pain. Her classes (coaching) gives you a new perspective towards the way you move that is extremely valuable.” — R. James
Thank you for everything that you taught me. You are a true teacher and healer; the best I’ve ever known. Thank you for passing along your wisdom and showing me that there is truth in what I feel.” — Amy R., National Board Certified Medical Massage Therapist