Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement

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Propriometrics Press, 2014 - Health & Fitness - 243 pages
Move Your DNA explains the science behind our need for natural movement - right down to the cellular level. It examines the differences between the movements in a typical hunter - gatherer's life and the movements in our own. It shows the many problems with using exercise like movement vitamins instead of addressing the deeper issue of a poor movement diet. Best of all, Move Your DNA contains the corrective exercises, habit modifications, and simple lifestyle changes we need to make in order to free ourselves from disease and discover our naturally healthy, reflex driven selves. From couch potatoes to professional athletes, new parents to seniors, readers will love Katy's humorous, passionate, and above all science based guide to restoring your body and reclaiming your life.

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With radical, science-based health directives, Katy Bowman is taking the health-and-wellness world by storm. A biomechanist by training and a problem-solver at heart, Katy has earned an international reputation for educating the general populaŽtion on alignment and load-science and as a result, helped thousands to reduce pain, increase bone density, improve metabolic health, and solve their pelvic floor mysteries. Katy s scientific achievements and communication skills are earning her legions of followers: her blog, Katy Says, reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, and thouŽsands have taken her classes. She regularly writes for and is featured as a health expert in publications such as Prevention, IDEA, and Self, and is a popular, entertaining guest on radio and television talk shows and news segments.

Katy is the founder and director of the Restorative Exercise Institute, a large organization and online training program that teaches the biomechanical model of preventative medicine to health professionals and laypeople worldwide. Katy's groundbreaking work in pelvic floor restoration has made the Institute particularly popular with midwives, OBGYNs, and others concerned with pelvic mobility, strength, and health. Her work, including her first book, Every Woman's Guide to Foot Pain Relief: The New Science of Healthy Feet, has been used by women s health leader Christiane Northrup, translated into Russian (and soon, Dutch), and has generated such overwhelming anecdotal success in reducing labor duration and complication it is being independently researched. She currently lives in Washington State.

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