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Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©


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Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334)

Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 16, 17, & 18, 2018


Location: Fair Oaks Massage Therapy Institute 9833 Fair Oaks Blvd. Suite C-1 Fair Oaks, CA 95628


Time:8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on 11/16 & 11/17 and 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on 11/18


(23 Contact Hours / 2.3 CEUs)


Download the class brochure.

Description


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Medical and Allied Health Professionals (MD, DO, DC, NP, PA, DDS, PT, OT, RN, and Clinical Rehab Managers), as well as other professionals with a license to put their hands on others such as Nurse Midwives, Massage Therapists, Dental Hygienists, and so on. Check your local city/county and/or state requirements.

Synopsis


This course is a 3-day (23 hours) intensive class designed for those who want to learn the concepts, therapeutic techniques and process application strategies related to this method. It is an immersion in this form of therapeutic, hands-on approach to directed muscle release, related assessment skills, collaborative strategy benefits, and its effectiveness in pain management, the rehabilitative process and/or dealing with mobility impairments. It is lecture-based followed by ample demonstration and a time of hands-on learning with others in attendance (student to faculty ratio is 12:1 or less). This course includes all items listed below and has a required functional anatomy book** as follows.

Additionally, this course serves as the foundational requirement for all other Functional Bowen™ Concepts classes taught. Certification of course completion is provided.

Objectives


Participants will be able to:

– Verbally demonstrate knowledge of the interrelationship between patients’ medical history, lifestyle choices, their presenting posture as assessed, and the outcomes seen in muscle pattern dysfunctions noted with associated pain pathways.

– Improve upon their postural assessment techniques for the purpose of quickly evaluating interrelated structural deviations to be differentiated / identified, therapeutically addressed and evaluated for corrections observed in the moment and with follow up therapy.

– Differentiate between individual hypertonic muscles and muscle groups, identifying possible associated impingement syndromes, and learn the specifically associated structural deviations that present in these cases.

– Differentiate between muscle dysfunction patterns and related structural outcomes for the purpose of understanding how best to develop a plan of corrective action through active muscle release and passive and active range of motion, as well as therapeutic exercise.

– Demonstrate by means of direct participation the acquisition of basic muscle release and balance skills that will assist them in actively correcting structural deviations.

– Communicate and demonstrate ongoing assessment strategies for assessing muscle compliance progress and related patient/client outcomes.

– Identify the need for and articulate a plan using collaborative strategies, with allied health-providers, referral resources and patient/client care advocates.

Requirements**


The requirement to take this class is to purchase and have available during class the book by Christy Cael: Functional Anatomy – Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Palpation for Manual Therapists, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011, ISBN 9781609138363

Cost


$849.00: Full payment is due at the time of registration or by Friday, 11/02/18. Cancellations up through 11/09/18 will be assessed a $100.00 administrative fee. No refunds after 11/09/18. Registration space is limited and will be handled on a first come, first served basis. Minimum class size must be met.

Contact Hours/CE’s


A California Board of Registered Nursing Approved Provider #CEP15569, 23 Contact Hours; NCBTMB Provider #1049, 23 Contact Hours; CPTA Provider 2.3 CE’s (#18-370). Full attendance is required. No partial contact hours will be issued for partial attendance.

Student Reviews by RNs, CMTs, and other health professionals:


“As a massage therapist, I am very good and successful at what I do. After learning Functional Bowen™, I was blown away at what I did not know. I am very happy to know this form of therapy and incorporate it in my practice, if not replace my massage techniques entirely. I am so grateful for the training.” – A.R., Certified Massage Therapist

“I really enjoyed taking this course. I felt like I learned a lot of useful tools that I can integrate in my nursing practice to help others in their healing process through this adjunctive therapy. I loved the hands on experience and the amount of time we had to be able to practice and apply the concepts that we learned. Judy is very knowledgeable and uses scientific evidence-based practice to support what she teaches. Judy also has a vast array of skill sets from her nursing profession of 30+ years that she is able to bring into her Bowen therapy practice. Great course overall!” – J.S., Registered Nurse

“The entire class and experience was fabulous!” – L.G., Certified Massage Therapist

“Judy provided a well thought out, instructive and informative class for the Functional Bowen™ Concepts I class. She was willing to answer any and all questions along with providing clear and articulate instruction for any difficulties presented by the students.” – D.L., Certified Massage Therapist

Registration


Please use our secure automated online site at https://knowmor.org/register. You may contact our Office at officemanager@knowmor.org or call (916) 834-1711 for questions.

Course Schedule


For an overview, please see https://www.knowmor.org/concepts-i-schedule/

Speakers Bio


Judy Terwilliger is a Registered Nurse, Certified Massage Therapist and Functional Mobility Specialist who maintains a broad base of practice spanning over three decades. She oversees a busy pain management practice in Sacramento CA, and works extensively with rehabilitation physicians to effect therapeutic change across a broad range of myofascial/muscle pattern dysfunctions. From infants to seniors she promotes functional mobility, focusing on a wellness paradigm, therapeutically utilizing a tensegrity-based modality that she has developed and teaches nationwide called The Functional Bowen Method™.

This multi-disciplined, training oriented, integrative focus is what sets her business apart from others. She and her staff of licensed therapists and practitioners work on “Incorporating Concepts in Natural Body Design & Restoration”. Combining her Western Medicine background with her Complimentary Medicine studies, her focus on structure-function balance in the field of pain-management, from infants to seniors, using her Functional Bowen Method™ has seen many successes.

She currently is an active member of the National Society of Pediatric Nurses, the American College of Sports Medicine and has been a featured speaker on the subject of myofascial dysfunction assessment and resolves from Sacramento CA to Washington D.C.


Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©


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Download the PDF

Register for this class

Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334)

Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 30, December 1 & 2, 2018


Location: Potomac Massage Therapy Institute 8380 Colesville Rd #600, Silver Spring, MD 20910


Time:8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on 11/30 & 12/1 and 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on 12/2


(23 Contact Hours / 2.3 CEUs)


Download the class brochure.

Description


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Medical and Allied Health Professionals (MD, DO, DC, NP, PA, DDS, PT, OT, RN, and Clinical Rehab Managers), as well as other professionals with a license to put their hands on others such as Nurse Midwives, Massage Therapists, Dental Hygienists, and so on. Check your local city/county and/or state requirements.

Synopsis


This course is a 3-day (23 hours) intensive class designed for those who want to learn the concepts, therapeutic techniques and process application strategies related to this method. It is an immersion in this form of therapeutic, hands-on approach to directed muscle release, related assessment skills, collaborative strategy benefits, and its effectiveness in pain management, the rehabilitative process and/or dealing with mobility impairments. It is lecture-based followed by ample demonstration and a time of hands-on learning with others in attendance. This course includes all items listed below and has a required functional anatomy book** as follows.

Additionally, this course serves as the foundational requirement for all other Functional Bowen™ Concepts classes taught. Certification of course completion is provided.

Objectives


Participants will be able to:

– Verbally demonstrate knowledge of the interrelationship between patients’ medical history, lifestyle choices, their presenting posture as assessed, and the outcomes seen in muscle pattern dysfunctions noted with associated pain pathways.

– Improve upon their postural assessment techniques for the purpose of quickly evaluating interrelated structural deviations to be differentiated / identified, therapeutically addressed and evaluated for corrections observed in the moment and with follow up therapy.

– Differentiate between individual hypertonic muscles and muscle groups, identifying possible associated impingement syndromes, and learn the specifically associated structural deviations that present in these cases.

– Differentiate between muscle dysfunction patterns and related structural outcomes for the purpose of understanding how best to develop a plan of corrective action through active muscle release and passive and active range of motion, as well as therapeutic exercise.

– Demonstrate by means of direct participation the acquisition of basic muscle release and balance skills that will assist them in actively correcting structural deviations.

– Communicate and demonstrate ongoing assessment strategies for assessing muscle compliance progress and related patient/client outcomes.

– Identify the need for and articulate a plan using collaborative strategies, with allied health-providers, referral resources and patient/client care advocates.

Requirements**


The requirement to take this class is to purchase and have available during class the book by Christy Cael: Functional Anatomy – Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Palpation for Manual Therapists, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011, ISBN 9781609138363

Cost


$849.00: Full payment is due at the time of registration or by Friday, 11/16/18. Cancellations up through 11/23/18 will be assessed a $100.00 administrative fee. No refunds after 11/23/18. Registration space is limited and will be handled on a first come, first served basis. Minimum class size must be met.

Contact Hours/CE’s


A California Board of Registered Nursing Approved Provider #CEP15569, 23 Contact Hours; NCBTMB Provider #1049, 23 Contact Hours; CPTA Provider 2.3 CE’s (#18-370). Full attendance is required. No partial contact hours will be issued for partial attendance.

Student Reviews by RNs, CMTs, and other health professionals:


“As a massage therapist, I am very good and successful at what I do. After learning Functional Bowen™, I was blown away at what I did not know. I am very happy to know this form of therapy and incorporate it in my practice, if not replace my massage techniques entirely. I am so grateful for the training.” – A.R., Certified Massage Therapist

“I really enjoyed taking this course. I felt like I learned a lot of useful tools that I can integrate in my nursing practice to help others in their healing process through this adjunctive therapy. I loved the hands on experience and the amount of time we had to be able to practice and apply the concepts that we learned. Judy is very knowledgeable and uses scientific evidence-based practice to support what she teaches. Judy also has a vast array of skill sets from her nursing profession of 30+ years that she is able to bring into her Bowen therapy practice. Great course overall!” – J.S., Registered Nurse

“The entire class and experience was fabulous!” – L.G., Certified Massage Therapist

“Judy provided a well thought out, instructive and informative class for the Functional Bowen™ Concepts I class. She was willing to answer any and all questions along with providing clear and articulate instruction for any difficulties presented by the students.” – D.L., Certified Massage Therapist

Registration


Please use our secure automated online site at https://knowmor.org/register. You may contact our Office at officemanager@knowmor.org or call (916) 834-1711 for questions.

Course Schedule


For an overview, please see https://www.knowmor.org/concepts-i-schedule/

Speakers Bio


Judy Terwilliger is a Registered Nurse, Certified Massage Therapist and Functional Mobility Specialist who maintains a broad base of practice spanning over three decades. She oversees a busy pain management practice in Sacramento CA, and works extensively with rehabilitation physicians to effect therapeutic change across a broad range of myofascial/muscle pattern dysfunctions. From infants to seniors she promotes functional mobility, focusing on a wellness paradigm, therapeutically utilizing a tensegrity-based modality that she has developed and teaches nationwide called The Functional Bowen Method™.

This multi-disciplined, training oriented, integrative focus is what sets her business apart from others. She and her staff of licensed therapists and practitioners work on “Incorporating Concepts in Natural Body Design & Restoration”. Combining her Western Medicine background with her Complimentary Medicine studies, her focus on structure-function balance in the field of pain-management, from infants to seniors, using her Functional Bowen Method™ has seen many successes.

She currently is an active member of the National Society of Pediatric Nurses, the American College of Sports Medicine and has been a featured speaker on the subject of myofascial dysfunction assessment and resolves from Sacramento CA to Washington D.C.


Functional Bowen™ Therapy Concepts II©

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Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974),


CMT (#25334), Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist


Friday, Saturday & Sunday, March 22, 23 & 24, 2019


Location: Fair Oaks Massage Institute 9833 Fair Oaks Blvd. Suite C-1 Fair Oaks, CA 95628


Time: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM 03/22 & 03/23; 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM 03/24


Description


Medical and Allied Health Professionals (MD, DO, DC, NP, PA, DDS, PT, OT, RN, and Clinical Rehab Managers), as well as other professionals with a license to put their hands on others such as Nurse Midwives, Massage Therapists, Dental Hygienists, and so on. Check your local city/county and/or state requirements.

Synopsis


woman studyingThis course is an advanced 2½ day (19 hours) intensive class designed for those already trained in the Functional Bowen™ Concept I © who want to advance their knowledge base in assessment skills and gain additional therapeutic techniques and more complex application strategies. This is the course that reviews and fine tunes what you already know and takes it to the next level. It is structured to cover more in-depth the areas (body quadrants) covered in Concepts I. The information acquired in the Concepts II class is devoted to learning advanced directed muscle release techniques, as well as addressing a more advanced approach to the rehabilitative process and/or dealing with mobility impairments. It is also lecture-based followed by ample demonstration and a time of hands-on learning with classmates. This course includes all items listed below and references the required functional anatomy book** from the Functional Bowen™ Concepts I class. Certification of course completion is provided.

This course requires the following:

– Successful completion of Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©

– A foundation in anatomy as direct correlation is always made in the structural application of this technique. Concepts taught will be clinically approached with a scientifically-based focus

– A waiver of participation is required for the hands-on portion

– Purchase and have available during class the book** by Christy Cael: Functional Anatomy – Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Palpation for Manual Therapists, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011, ISBN 9781609138363

Objectives


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Participants will be able to:

– Verbally demonstrate advanced knowledge of the interrelationship between patients’ medical history, lifestyle choices, their presenting posture as assessed, and the outcomes seen in muscle pattern dysfunctions noted with associated pain pathways.

– Demonstrate advanced postural assessment techniques for the purpose of quickly evaluating interrelated structural deviations to be differentiated / identified, therapeutically addressed and evaluated for corrections observed in the moment and with follow up therapy.

– Demonstrate advanced differentiation between individual hypertonic muscles and muscle groups, identifying possible associated impingement syndromes, and learn the specifically associated structural deviations that present in these cases.

– Demonstrate an advanced understanding of muscle dysfunction patterns and related structural outcomes for the purpose of understanding how best to develop a plan of corrective action through active muscle release with passive and active range of motion, as well as therapeutic exercise.

– Demonstrate by means of direct participation the acquisition of advanced muscle release and balance skills that will assist them in actively correcting structural deviations.

Communicate and demonstrate ongoing advanced assessment strategies for assessing muscle compliance progress and evaluating related patient/client outcomes.

– Demonstrate the use of collaborative strategies, with allied health-providers, referral resources and patient/client care advocates.

Cost


$695.00: : Full payment is due at the time of registration or by Friday, 03/8/19. Cancellations up through 03/15/19 will be assessed a $100.00 administrative fee. No refunds after 03/15/19. Registration space is limited and will be handled on a first come, first served basis.

Contact Hours/CE’s


A California Board of Registered Nursing Approved Provider #CEP15569,19 Contact Hours; NCBTMB Provider #1049, 19 Contact Hours; CPTA Provider #16-80, 1.9 CE’s. Full attendance is required. No partial contact hours will be issued for partial attendance.A California Board of Registered Nursing Approved Provider #CEP15569,19 Contact Hours; NCBTMB Provider #1049, 19 Contact Hours; CPTA Provider, 1.9 CE’s (Pending). Full attendance is required. No partial contact hours will be issued for partial attendance.

Registration


Please use our secure automated online site at https://knowmor.org/register. You may contact our Office at officemanager@knowmor.org or call (916) 834-1711 for questions.

Course Schedule


For an overview please see https://www.knowmor.org/concepts-ii-schedule/

Speakers Bio


Judy Terwilliger is a Registered Nurse, Certified Massage Therapist and Functional Mobility Specialist who maintains a broad base of practice spanning over three decades. She oversees a busy pain management practice in Sacramento CA, and works extensively with rehabilitation physicians to effect therapeutic change across a broad range of myofascial/muscle pattern dysfunctions. From infants to seniors she promotes functional mobility, focusing on a wellness paradigm, therapeutically utilizing a tensegrity-based modality that she has developed and teaches nationwide called The Functional Bowen Method™.

This multi-disciplined, training oriented, integrative focus is what sets her business apart from others. She and her staff of licensed therapists and practitioners work on “Incorporating Concepts in Natural Body Design & Restoration”. Combining her Western Medicine background with her Complimentary Medicine studies, her focus on structure-function balance in the field of pain-management, from infants to seniors, using her Functional Bowen Method™ has seen many successes.

She currently is an active member of the National Society of Pediatric Nurses, the American College of Sports Medicine and has been a featured speaker on the subject of myofascial dysfunction assessment and resolves from Sacramento CA to Washington D.C.



Functional Bowen™ Therapy Concepts II©


NFBI logo

Download the PDF

Register for the class

Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974),


CMT (#25334), Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist


Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 4, 5, & 6, 2017


Location: NFBI Training Center


4731 El Camino Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608


Time: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM 8/4 & 8/5; 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM 8/6


For more information, see the Class Schedule page.

Recent Events:

Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©


Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334)

Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 24, 25 & 26, 2017


Location: Wayne Memorial Hospital, Honesdale, PA


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Time: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on 3/24 & 3/25 / 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on 3/26


(23 Contact Hours / 2.3 CEUs)



Functional Bowen™ Therapy Concepts II©

Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334), Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist


Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 31, April 1 & 2, 2017


Location: Wayne Memorial Hospital, Honesdale, PA


Time: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM 3/31 & 4/01 / 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM 4/02



Certifications


KNOWMOR Inc holds Continuing Education Certifications as an Approved Provider through:


We seek to provide courses that are innovative, address the human frame as a “global” unit, integrate well with a multitude of therapeutic treatment modalities and meets/exceeds the educational requirement for local, state, national and international standards.

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California Board of Registered Nurses (CBRN)


CBRN website

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International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE)


IBLCE website

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National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB)


NCBTMB website.

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Pennsylvania Board of Occupational Therapy (PA-OT)


PA-OT website

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Pennsylvania Board of Physical Therapy (PA-PT)


PA-PT website

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Physical Therapy Board of California (CPTA)


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Functional Bowen™ Therapy Concepts II – The Pediatric Application©


Offered By Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334)

Advanced Functional Bowen™ Therapist, Advanced Pediatric Bowen Specialist™

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 27, 28 & 29, 2017


Location: Grace Episcopal Church


Parish Hall, 827 Church Street, Honesdale PA


Time: 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on 3/27 & 3/28 / 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM on 3/29


(Optional 4-hour hands-on practicum will be scheduled as interest is indicated from 1:30 to 5:30 PM on 3/29)

Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©


Scheduled for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, August 12–14, 2016


Wayne Memorial Hospital


601 Park Street


Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431


(23 Contact Hours / 2.3 CEUs)

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Course approved by CPTA, CBRN, PA-PT Board, PA-OT Board, and NCBTMB

A minimum of 6 people, (maximum 10) must be registered and paid by July 15, 2016.

A deposit of $100 is required to hold an attendance spot in the class. Certificate upon completion.

Download the class brochure.

Physical Therapy Board of California (CPTA #16-80)
2.3 CEUs

Pennsylvania Board of Occupational Therapy

Pennsylvania Board of Physical Therapy

Functional Bowen™ Concepts II ©

MUST — Prerequisite: Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©

Friday, Saturday, and © day Sunday, August 5, 6, and 7, 2016


Wayne Memorial Hospital


601 Park Street


Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431


(19 Contact Hours / 1.9 CEUs)

Cost: $695


Course Approved by CPTA and CBRN. Pending PA-PT Board, PA-OT Board and NCBTMB Approval.

Registration and payment due by July 15, 2016. A deposit of $100 is required to hold an attendance spot in the class. Certificate upon Complettion.

Functional Bowen™ Concepts I ©


Friday, Saturday, Sunday, April 22–24, 2016


Wayne Memorial Hospital


601 Park Street


Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431


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Friday, Saturday, Sunday, May 13–15, 2016


8:30am–5pm


NFBI Training Center


4731 El Camino Avenue, Carmichael, CA 95608

Download the class brochure.

Positive Healing — A Pain Management Series

Wayne Memorial Hospital

First In This Series


Trigger Point Injections

Presented by: Scott Epstein, MD


of Northeastern Rehabilitation in Honesdale, PA

‟LESS is Best – Making The Case For A Cooperative, Complimentary Approach to Pain Management”©

by Judy Terwilliger, RN (#322974), CMT (#25334), CBT


Functional Bowen™ Therapy Founder & Advanced Practitioner

November 23, 2015


Wayne Memorial Hospital — Honesdale, Pennsylvania

More information at WMH.org

Diane Popovich, RN Wayne Memorial Hospital Home Health and Hospice Manager:
“When are you coming back?”

Dr. Jerome Casey, DPM

Judy Terwilliger, RN, CMT, CBT

Judy, Scott Epstein, MD, Medical Director of Wayne Memorial Good Shepherd Rehab and Donna Decker, RN Manager of Community Health

Scott Epstein MD, and Pat Pugliese, MD, Medical Director of Wayne Memorial Hospital Emergency Department

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15th Annual Binational Health Week

Avenues To Health

Flexibly Fit was proud to be a Silver Sponsor of this year’s event, Saturday, October 24th, 2015.

Crown of Life Gala 2015

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Flexibly Fit is a proud sponsor of The Crown of Life Gala 2015, held on Friday October 2nd, 2015 from 5:30pm to 9:30pm. This event will be held at the Citrus Heights Community Center, on 6237 Fountain Square Drive in Citrus Heights, CA 95621.

Join us for an elegant evening celebrating the life affirming work of Alternatives Pregnancy Center!

This was a Semi-Formal Attire event, featuring a live auction with David Sobon Auctions, wine tasting, and fine dining.

Gala Success

The 2015 Gala of Life raised over $100,000 to help facilitate the work of supporting families. Full totals will be posted in their end-of-year newsletter.

If you still want to help the Alternatives Pregnancy Center reach their goals by donating, visit the donation page on their website.

Donate to the APC here.

If you’d like to learn more about what the Alternatives Pregnancy Center does, they have produced a series of videos that showcase the importance of the work the center does.

Watch the Videos.

2015 Crab Feed For Joseph Sims Elementary School PTO


Flexibly Fit Sponsors The Big Easy Crab Feed For Joseph Sims Elementary School In Elk Grove

February 20, 2015


Elk Grove, CA

The Flexibly Fit staff showed up to show support for the local community, and help the Parent Teacher Organization of Joseph Sim Elementary School in Elk Grove raise funds for the coming school year. The Crab Feed this year had a Mardi Gras theme.

Left to right:

Left to right: Top row: Brian Detrick, Steve Detrick, Steve Terwilliger, Jay Broadley, Eddie Shields. Middle: Jan Detrick. Bottom row: Nancy Broadley, Judy Terwilliger, Bethany Shields.

Elk Grove Councilman Steve Detrick and wife Jan attend as our guests.

Elk Grove Councilman Steve Detrick and wife Jan attend as our guests.

Left to right: Nancy Broadley, Brian Detrick, Bethany Shields, Judy Terwilliger.

Left to right: Judy Terwilliger, Brian Detrick, Jan Detrick, Steve Detrick.

Therapist Bethany Shields and STRIVE sponsored athlete Brian Detrick join in the fun!

Therapist Bethany Shields and STRIVE sponsored athlete Brian Detrick join in the fun!

Nancy Broadley and Jay Broadley.

Judy Terwilliger and Steve Terwilliger.

Flexibly Fit is proud to be sponsoring the
Carmichael Health & Safety Fair

Saturday September 6th, 2014.

Join the Carmichael Chamber of Commerce for an action-packed, fun-filled educational FREE event, where

health & safety are the priority!

  • Earn a Health Fair bracelet for just visiting some of our booths!
  • Vendors, raffle prizes, autographs from (S.T.R.I.V.E. sponsored!) Brian Detrick, world class pro water skier
  • Come join us and tell your friends and neighbors!

Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce
June 2013 Networking Breakfast

The Flexibly Fit team is proud to have sponsored the Citrus Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce: June 2013 Networking Breakfast. Held at La Placita Dos Restaurant (8038 Greenback Lane, Citrus Heights, CA) on Tuesday, June 25th, the team enjoyed meeting various professionals and business owners and discussing how the programs under Flexibly Fit and STRIVE can help with common problems associated with long hours at the computer and other work and sport related discomfort.