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Paulina Lake near La Pine, OR is incredible hiking & fishing

My 'backyard'.  Paulina Lake in Central Oregon.

What is Bio-Mechanics?  

It's the Science of Posture & Stride Analysis.


If you're in pain or get injuries often, your posture or movement patterns may be contributing. 


Great posture is also a great stress relief technique.


AND we look damn good when we're in our natural, strong, uplifted alignment!

I can help you learn how to move in our innate, neutral position, the way your body was designed to walk, cycle, swim or kayak. 

Judy Cameron about to kayak
Judy Cameron hiking with great posture!
Great swimming mechanics makes for excellent efficiency
Correct cycling posture

Posture Analysis

  • Have your Before front, back & side posture photos analyzed

  • See your potential pain points to avoid injuries

  • What do you see in your own posture and body language?

  • What would you like to shift?

  • Receive a short report of areas to watch

  • After you study Posture & Movement program above,

       come back and have your After posture photos analyzed to see your progress!

Posture Analysis shows weak & strong body mechanics


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Video Analysis of your Walk, Hike, Run or Cycle

  • Have your bio-mechanics (movement) analyzed

    • Front, Back & Side

  • Increase efficiency, power and often speed!

  • See your potential pain points to avoid injuries

  • Or see weak points to heal more quickly

  • What do you 'read' in your movement patterns?

  • What would you like to shift?

  • Receive a short report of areas to concentrate on

  • Via sending me your video footage    

  • Email me first so I can send you specific directions at please 

Hiking correct foot fall
Foot placement analysis on tredmill affects entire body's posture
Hiking analysis on tredmill


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What's the difference between Walking and Hiking, you ask? 

Great question!

  • Walking is on a flat surface.

  • Hiking is up or down hills.

The Attractiveness of Great Body Language:

  • Learn how important Body Language is to success

  • ​Look and feel confident

  • How to correct your posture to get out of pain

  • Feel and look younger & stronger 

  • Smaller waistline?!  Yes     

  • Flatter looking belly and smaller looking derriere
             just with postural shifts                 

  • Know the common, core principles of Pilates,

                 yoga, dance & martial arts 

  • Easy to use modules: 11 video series as mp4s

  • Technique overview checklist pdf

  • 3 bonuses!

    • Pilates Plank for sexy arms & core strength

    • How to sit down and get up elegantly

    • Learn how to 'hinge' like a dancer!

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  • $99  Buy here

Slide showing poor posture's effect on our health & body language

Disclaimer: Please know that I usually see clients in person so by giving you this information in this format, I know you know your body better than I do, so please use my advice gently or wait until you are out of any pain before proceeding.  Email me your questions, if you like, at

I know you will love how you feel and look once your new posture is ingrained, Judy

Benefits of Fast/Slow Walking

Ever heard of Interval Training?

Key benefits in learning good posture and bio-mechanics of walking are that we improve our efficiency, burn fat faster and often get out of pain.

Our bodies love interval training.  It’s our natural way to move and build muscle and stamina.

  • This class will show you how to build up at your own pace.

  • Individual attention will be given to each student.

  • Instruction by Judy Cameron,

    • Sports Bio-Mechanics Coach for 30 years.

  • Compassion and fun included!

Fast Walking is the next video school offer I'm developing.  Let me know if this is of interest to you.  Pop me an email at

Judy Cameron demo of a great lifted walk, happy, confident

More about the class:


This is such valuable information to stay healthy and fit.


Turns out moving constantly is hard on our bodies.  Witness the marathons and their inherent injuries.

Most animals don’t run for miles endlessly.  They run when they want to, or have to, and stop to eat or rest. 


This is the principle of interval training.

A Swedish sports coach developed this technique over 70 years ago to build his athletes’ performances most efficiently, with as few injuries as possible. 

I have found it to work well for the rest of us too, so we can keep active and fit for years to come - and ENJOY exercise because it’s fun, especially out in natural beauty. 


Feel free to ask at

I look forward to getting to know you, Judy