Artisans Restorative Fitness

Adaptation

by Chuck
I am a neuro-physio geek, and have been since I was a kid. I have been studying “things” about the body for about forty-five years (give or take). Even today, I average about five hours of study a week, trying to understand the what, where, why, and how of making or breaking a body. I will try and condense down all the study I’ve done and share things as simply as I can. Please let me know if you have any questions! In the last post I spoke about a couple of benefits to doing yoga based movements:…

Getting Started

Welcome to Movement for Makers! If you’ve read this far in the blog, then hopefully you’re in a place in in your life where you feel you need to make some changes in your lifestyle – to continue to get to do the things you love to do: sew, quilt, stamp, scrapbook, paint, draw, etc. But, maybe you don’t know where to begin, or what to start with. Here, at MfM, we have two main goals as relating to you, our new client – whether you’re here for one specific type of movement, a program,…

And We’re Live!

by Chuck
in Yoga
After months of behind the scenes work, MfM is up and running! Virtual high-five! More coming soon!

Welcome to Movement for Makers!

by Chuck
Welcome to Movement for Makers! This is a project that I’ve had in the back of my mind for quite a while. My name is Chuck Kechter, and I’m the head coach here at MfM. In my day-to-day job, I’m a personal trainer (a job I’ve done – at least part time – for over three decades), a combat sports coach, and a yoga instructor. For a long time my clients were mostly young, athletic men and women who were on the road to fight in combat sports (boxing, kickboxing, Judo,…