Category Dance Fitness

Vibrancy, Motivation, Success – Applied Positive Exercise: Go APE with Elaine

  Elaine O’Brien presents: Vibrancy,  Motivation, Success: Applied Positive Exercise (APE) – Go APE With Elaine! The 2015 Northeast Atlantic Sport Psychology Conference Workship Temple University, Tuttleman Learning Center Philadelphia, PA Friday, March 20th, 3:50 – 5pm On Friday, March 20, 2015, Elaine O’Brien, Ph.D. Candidate, MAPP,  will present a workshop at Temple University: Go […]

Positive Exercise Tips To Lighten Up and Feel Great!

Elaine O’Brien, MAPP Positive Fitness Lab: Positive Exercise Counseling Temple University, Ph.D. Candidate, Kinesiology-Psychology of Movement Mobile phone: 732.996.2698 Exercise/Lifestyle Tips to get started: • Focus on moving more with good form. • Listen to your body. • Posture check yourself • Finish your training session feeling great. • Stay hydrated: drink water often/take frequent […]

Enjoying Positive Exercise Practices (PEP) & Play Our Whole Life

The Power of Positive Movement: Muktodhara – The Flow of Freedom

This story from NPR inspires hope, healing, understanding, redemption,  communitas – moving  together as one in synchrony to become greater than we are, and the awesome power of positive movement practices (PEP): matching uplifting movement to desired outcomes. From A Calcutta Prison To The Classical Stage A new Indian feature film was inspired by a […]

Medical Wellness In ACTION vs Smokadiabesity: Exercise is Good Medicine

Happy to share my article from All Things Healing,, originally published on Positive Psychology News Daily.  Thanks to Dr. Steven Blair and Dr. Robert Sallis for their great work promoting health, physical activity, well being and the Exercise is Medicine movement.  Thanks also to Melanie Webb, All Things Healing,  Kathryn Britton, Positive Psychology News Daily, […]

Elaine O’Brien Dancers perform at the Breakers Hotel, Spring Lake, NJ, 12/13/12

Temple University Kinesiology 1001 Students, Fall 2012

Celebrating my dedicated, fit and talented Kinsiology 1001 students, Temple University, Fall, 2012!