4-Week Foundations of Movement and Strength Program with Dr. Jaritt Ptolemy, DC

Foundations of Movement Program
with Dr. Jaritt Ptolemy, DC


The 4-Week Foundations of Movement Program was designed on the notion that a strong foundation is what builds resiliency to injury and chronic pain. It is the platform in which all movement is built on, from day to day activities of daily living, to high performance athletic endeavors.


Benefits of a strong foundation and mastering movement are:

  • Decreased pain – Because chronic pain is stored in faulty movement due to compensation
  • Increased strength – it goes without saying that you are going to be stronger standing on a solid structure vs a wobbly structure.
  • Increased conditioning – even though the workouts are not geared toward cardiovascular conditioning, when you improve the efficiency in which your body operates, that will have an immediate effect on your overall general fitness
  • Increased athletic performance – athletic performance is a skill and requires a refined amount of neuromuscular control which must be built off a strong foundation for sustained performance and reduced risk of injury.


Most people associate rehabilitation as being boring and mundane. The beauty of this program is that it is as challenging as you want it to be.

Each session will progress to the next developmental stage, and within each stage there is a series of progressions (increase difficulty) and regressions (decreased difficulty) to make each session customized to you and your abilities.

You can do this program 10 times over and it will be just as challenging as the first time through. And that is the point.


Price:  4 pre-registered classes for $99.00
Times:  Wednesday Evenings 6:30 – 7:30 and Thursdays lunch-time from 12:30– 1:30pm
Start Date:  Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Location:  Rise Upstairs Studio
Program fee is paid upon registration
Minimum 5 and maximum 8 registrants required to run program
Classes are for preregistered students only and are non-transferable
Missed classes are not eligible for refund

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