Ergonomics of Knitting - 02/16

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Ergonomics of Knitting - 02/16

Ergonomics of Knitting

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Cost: $25 (no supplies)
Instructor: Sheila Bosc (guest instructor)

Sunday • 1:00 – 3:00 pm
February 16

What is ergonomics? It is a science concerned with designing and arranging things people use so that the people and things interact safely. Do you experience pain when you knit? Do your shoulders, wrists, or neck hurt or feel sore? Come to this class and learn how you can enjoy the craft you love while also taking care of your body, so you can knit for many years to come! This class will cover tips and tricks for how to prevent discomfort and how to combat it.

Sheila Bosc, OTR/L  is a licensed occupational therapist in the Twin Cities. She graduated from the University of Minnesota and now works at a manufacturing plant. She has been knitting since high school when a co-worker taught her and loves knitting brioche and cables.

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