Urban Movement, a movement school in Houston, Texas, has partnered with the Houston Amputee Society to teach local amputees and people with spinal cord injuries refined movement arts, according to a recent news release.
The two groups have been working on the Adaptive Movement project, which provides free weekly classes, information and instruction on how to achieve controlled, fluid movement mechanics.
Participants are encouraged to bring a family member or friend. Sessions are held Saturdays, 2215 Lawrence St., at Studio Fitness in Houston Heights.
The Houston Amputee Society is a member of the American Amputee Society, a nonprofit organization that promotes social outings and adaptive sporting clinics in amputee and disabled communities.