The Long Game is a space where:
For the past 5 years I’ve been working as a personal trainer but I’ve been studying movement and the body for most of my adult life – through dance, yoga, martial arts, and athletic performance. As I’ve gotten older – I’m 62 – I’ve grown increasingly interested in training the body for resilience.
I think it’s important as we age to look at how we’re holding the aging process itself, because it’s easy to get discouraged. Our bodies are changing in ways we’re not necessarily happy about. But science is also showing us that we have a lot more control over the process than we think.
The Long Game is about developing a practice that makes us feel better now, and gives us the best chance of extending our health span as far into the future as possible – physically, cognitively, emotionally, and energetically. My role is to provide people with useful, science-based information through teaching, various forms of physical training, and coaching.
Nourishing and supporting the regeneration of our bodies on a cellular level
Engaging our bodies in the full range of human movement potential
Continuously challenging and stimulating our brains
Connecting to one another, and to our own selves
The Long Game is about learning how to take care of ourselves as we age, bringing a spirit of curiosity, experimentation and open-mindedness to the experience of aging.