Sometimes change is gradual and things move forward in a roughly continuous and predictable way (poor posture). At other times change is sudden, disorganizing and turbulent (injury). Restoring resilience focuses on the dynamic interplay between periods of gradual and sudden change and how to adapt and shape change.
"The human capacity for burden is like bamboo - far more flexible than you'd ever believe at first glance"
- Jodi Picoult, My Sisters Keeper
Sherri has studied with Anatomy Trains' Tom Myers, Integrated Systems Models' Diane Lee, .The Barral Institute for Visceral and Neural Manipulation, Grey Cooks' Functional Movement Systems, and Dr Andreo Spinas' Functional Anatomy Seminars.
She currently travels the world to teach various Anatomy Trains workshops for Tom Myers