Your core is the dynamic muscle foundation of your body. The benefits of core strength can enhance proper posture, promote segmental spinal stability, allow for pain free movement, prevent injury and improve breathing technique.
In this video, we are going to show you how to enhance your core stability using the Pilates Method. The Pilates Method of exercise and physical movement is designed to stretch, strengthen and balance the body. This video features Certified Pilates Instructors from Pilates Fitness Center: a therapeutic Pilates studio and healthy living program of the Cleveland County Family YMCA.
Proper stretching techniques can have a positive impact on the smallest aspects of our day to day lives. From unloading the dishwasher to reaching to the highest shelf on the wall, taking time out of your day to properly stretch your muscles can improve body coordination, increase flexibility and prevent injury.
Join Zoey Dunning, Physical Therapist of Therapy in Motion as she leads you to freedom from the restriction of tight muscles.
Media driven fad diets, get-rich-quick marketing schemes and confusing food labels can make proper nutrition difficult to understand, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Join Host, Rebecca Lewis (Registered Dietitian, Registered Nutritionist and Licensed Dietitian) as she explains 4 BASIC THINGS you can do to start your path to good nutrition.
For Uncovering Oklahoma, I visited with Becky Weintz at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art to check out two of the museum’s latest exhibitions for their 75 anniversary.
“Beaux Arts at 75” celebrates the interconnected history of the Museum’s Beaux Arts collection and the Beaux Arts Ball, an annual fundraiser organized by the Beaux Arts Society. The Beaux Arts Collection is comprised of 36 eclectic works, 21 of which will be featured in “Beaux Arts at 75.” An additional 7 works are on view in the Museum’s permanent collection galleries. The remaining 8 works will be on view beginning Feb. 20, 2021 as part of a new exhibition “Moving Vision: Op and Kinetic Art from the Sixties and Seventies.”
Featuring photographs given in honor of the Museum’s 75th anniversary, “Shared Lives, Distant Places” highlights contemporary photographers who employ different photography styles—documentary, photojournalism and street photography—to capture the global human experience, offering alternative ways of seeing and understanding the people, places and events that shape the world in which we live. The exhibition provides a glimpse into the everyday lives of people, conflicts and historical events around the world at various moments in time, and explores the working process of six contemporary photographers. The exhibition features works by renowned photographers Donna Ferrato, Peter Turnley, Kristin Capp, Alen MacWeeney, Gary Mark Smith, and Robert von Sternberg.
The Museum is currently operating with limited capacity and is open Wednesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 12 to 5 p.m. Learn more at https://www.okcmoa.com
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