Grow younger with us!

Discover the elusive contributors to aging and learn tools to manage them so that you can start to feel younger again.

Elusive components of aging

In order to really work, an age proofing program needs to address the following 6 elusive components that have an underestimated effect on movement quality and can make you feel older:

  • Lack of awareness

  • Stress

  • Injuries

  • repetitive movements

  • Decreased Strength

  • Decreased flexibility

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Learn more about Dr Wycoff's holistic approach to improving movement quality and balance issues we typically associated with aging. Improving the quality of your movement is possible at any age and can start with our online course!!!!

Course Content

The course boils down what has worked for my clients over the last 30 years into easy solutions for the 6 elusive components of aging with short, clear, concise exercises and tips you can do at home, on demand.

  • Understand how the 6 components contribute to the feeling of aging and how address them to grow younger

  • Learn the effects of these 6 components on major body parts with fun anatomy reviews

  • Ask the instructor any questions you might have through our private community feature

Manage your age with us!


Catherine Wycoff

Catherine has been a physical therapist for over 30 years, with an undergraduate degree from Belgium and a doctorate degree from Des Moines University. She was introduced to the Feldenkrais Method in the early nineties and was amazed by how such gentle Awareness Through Movement® sessions can rewire our brain to improve the way we move and live our lives. She worked as an Ergonomist for the World Bank for 4 years, and ,as such, helped people learn how to set up their work space for comfort all over the world. She has been teaching Feldenkrais ATM classes since 1999 and loves to watch her students learn to improve their flexibility, balance, posture, and rediscover how to move with ease and joy at any age. She has volunteered and setup private practices in Belgium, Laos, Taiwan, China, Burma, Australia and Austria in addition to the US.