Strvtmvmnt (That’s “Street Movement”) is the simple idea that you can move anywhere. Getting fit and building strength doesn’t have to be limited to those places we typically associate with exercise. All you need is your own body and enough space to move. Interested? We offer:




  • I have gained my self confidence back, discovered my strength has no limits, my happiness is at an all time high. I used to think yoga looked boring and easy. Now I’m hooked …

    Jeanna Core

  • Joshua is my favorite instructor! He has given a new life to Yoga, and his classes keep you laughing as he challenges you to strive for new goals … Thank you for your guidance, encouragement, and support as I continue to transform my mind/body/soul!

    Denise Johnson

  • With his classes, I have gained confidence, strength, flexibility and balance. His classes are hard but rewarding if you stick with him.

    Pamela Elias

  • How lucky for me, I got the best yoga instructor out there, he made me fall in love with yoga, you can trust him, he is simply the best, his classes are tough, and fun, Joshua Genuinely cares and he’ll make sure you do everything the correct way so you don’t get injured …

    Joanne Van Laar

Heart Rate Variability: Finding the Pulse On Your Emotions

  Contents I. Intro II. A Model of Neurovisceral Integration III. Psychological Flexibility IV. Heart Rate Variability and Emotion Regulation V. Improving Your Heart Rate Variability VI. References     Introduction “Only when our clever brain and our human heart work together in harmony can we achieve our true potential.” —Jane Goodall In Heart Rate […]

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Heart Rate Variability: Finding the Pulse On Your Recovery

  Contents I. Intro II. What Makes Your Heart Beat? A. Intrinsic Cardiac Nervous System B. Autonomic Regulation of the Heart III. Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia IV. What the Hell is Heart Rate Variability?” V. Reactivity Hypothesis VI. The Training Edge VII. Tracking Your Heart Rate Variability V. References     Introduction “For every affliction of […]

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Mvmnt and Neurogenesis: Maintaining and Rebuilding the Brain

  Contents I. Intro II. The Hippocampus, Hippocampal Neurogenesis, and Neural Plasticity III.What are Neurodegenerative Diseases? A. Alzheimer’s B. Parkinson’s C. Huntington’s IV. What’s Movement Got to do With It? A. Does the Type of Exercise Matter? V. References     Introduction In the beginning came the cell, and the cell was without form and […]

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