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When Simple Motions Do More Good


Center for Health Education

  • 11/14/2018 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
    740 SW Ninth St, Newport
  • FREE
African-American man stretching with sand dunes and ocean behind him

Most exercise today is big, strenuous and intense. Yet, small, finely articulated movements are often more effective at relieving pain, “soaking” dehydrated tissues and building greater somatic intelligence. In this seminar, you’ll learn how simple motions can build neural connections and change how you feel in your body as well as how you engage with others out in the world.

Please bring a yoga mat or large beach towel. Only human experience necessary.

Facilitator Holly Romero, CPT, E-RYT, is a personal trainer and yoga therapist, who works with individuals and groups to help them overcome obstacles and set life goals.

Seminar is free. Registration not required. Call for information at 541-574-4952.