Moving is natural. Keeping my body in a flexible and energized state has proven to me to be the most important thing I could do for my health and teaching career.
I am active in my classroom, most days, logging nearly 10,000 steps. That’s a lot of zigging and zagging around my lab of 28 computers. Getting your *steps* is no longer enough. You must strengthen your grip on this earth– you will thank me later.
I often envision myself with the balance of a tight-rope-walker and agility of a mountain goat. It is not through natural selection that I am pre-disposed to these qualities, but rather a practice and intentional effort to be grounded in my daily work.
I look forward to sharing what works for me.