Classes & Course Offerings
Wendy is pleased to offer a variety of group classes (3+ participants) and courses (in-depth study groups). These courses are live, pre-recorded, or online. In person classes are held at The Motion Space unless otherwise noted.
Class and course scheduling is dependent upon participants’ interest and their individual schedules. Contact Wendy prior to registration or if you have a topic for a specific class or course.
Special Offerings for Fall 2021 include:
The Mind of Touch, a 3-class series beginning October 1, will explore the minds of cellular. skeletal, and fluid facilitation through touch.
Embodied Movement Principles, a 3-class series, will include learning the Connecting Triangles, infant developmental sequences, and the use of leverage. First class begins October 1.
Contact Wendy for details.
- Good Morning Exercise (live or online)
Mondays 9:30a – 10:00a. MDT $5.50
New Hope Lutheran Church or join us via Zoom.
Work out from the convenience of your own home. Easy-to-follow exercises are done seated and standing. Great for elderly movers.
Please register for Zoom link 1-hour prior to start-time.
Drop-ins at location are welcome.
- Intermediate GYROKINESIS® Class (live or online)
Monday and/or Wednesday 1:30p-2:30p. MDT $8
Work on core strength, balance, and flexibility in this flowing class of sequential movements of the spine, arms, and legs. Exercises are easily adapted to all fitness levels. Exercises are seated, on the floor, and standing.
Please register 1-hour prior to start-time.
- GYROTONIC® Private or Shared-Session.
- GYROTONIC® Pre-Training
Are you interested in becoming a licensed GYROTONIC® Trainer? The GYROTONIC® Method is a marvelous tool for helping people of all ages move without pain while building strength, flexibility, and balance. Wendy is a licensed Pre-Trainer of the GYROTONIC® Method who offers a nurturing learning environment. The Motion Space was the first GYROTONIC studio in the state to offer GYROTONIC® & GYROKINESIS® certification courses. Participant maximum: 6.
- The Art of Falling
Register for one:
Friday, 9/17 10:00a – 11:15a
Wednesday, 10/20 10:00a – 11:15a
Friday, 11/12. 2:00p – 3:15p
This is one of the most popular courses at The Motion Space. Learn how to fall down safely.
“I fell down a 15’ embankment on a summer hike. In the midst of the fall, I used what Wendy taught me in class. I credit this class for giving me information that I could use “in the moment” of the fall and I came out of it without serious injury.”
- Reiki Certification
- Understanding the Coronavirus from the Body’s Perspective
This recorded 3-webinar series on the body’s perspective of the coronavirus is available here (link shop page)
- Merging Movement, Mind, & Dance
This course is designed for dance or movement instructors. This course explores dance pedagogy and artistry from the body’s perspective.
- Private Ballet for Teens – Adults
Wendy offers ½ hour private sessions for teens-adults. Learn the beautiful artistry of ballet movements that increase strength, flexibility, and balance. For novices and professionals.
- Intermediate – Advanced Ballet
Miss Linda’s School of Dance
- Somatic Movement Explorations (link to Body-Mind Centering page)
These classes are developed around individuals’ questions. For instance:
I had Covid-19, how can I release my congested lungs?
I keep falling over, how do I work on my vestibular sensory?
I have carpal tunnel syndrome in my wrists. How can I release pain through movement?
I need to make a decision – how does my body guide me through this process?
I am not sleeping. How can movement help me to find restful ease?
How does play help brain development?
- Infant Developmental Sequences (link to infant page)
Our bodies go through movement sequences that support our development from birth, to sitting up, to crawling, to standing, to walking, to running, and onward. These movement sequences are part of our DNA/genome. Understanding how to support your infant or your own movement patterns, will support not only motion, but also brain development from the low brain through the higher cortexes. All of your learning preferences and those of your infant such as choice-making affinities, problem solving, and relationship patterns come from these early infant developmental movement patterns.
How do I support my infant in rolling or sitting?
I have noticed my child moving primarily from the arms. How do I connect the legs and feet?
How does my infant learn how to navigate through space?
How does sensory play a role in infant development?
What are my infant patterns? How do these patterns effect my life today?