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Dahn Yoga classes—energy yoga May schedule


CLUBS AND CLASSES


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Karen Effenberger, a Medical Intuitive and Energy Healer leads the class in Qi Gong. This is a process of moving energy through the body with the hands. These gentle movements create better hearing and eyesight and one has more energy throughout the day. She also has shown the class how to do Mayan Abdominal Massage to get the internal organs back in their proper position.


Dahn Yoga is not traditional yoga but is


a system of renewing energy in the body and getting the energy fl owing. This is done by tapping or slapping the meridian lines,


stretching, and twisting. These


exercises also include breathing techniques, energy movements, a bit of Qi Gong and relaxation. Participants report that they feel more energetic, have less pain or no pain and are more fl exible. Your body will be more relaxed and you will sleep better. May Schedule: Mornings - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday


and Saturday from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m. There will be no afternoon classes


during May and throughout the summer. No Saturday classes on May 25 and June 1. Where: SunBird Golf Resort Navajo


Room, 3rd fl oor. There is no cost; donations are accepted. Bring some type of mat. There are


some yoga mats in the room. Wear loose comfortable clothing. If you cannot easily get up and down on the fl oor the exercises can be done while sitting. The class goes for breakfast after class


on the second Thursday of the month in the Horizon Room. That is about 9:00 a.m. All members are invited to join us; just show up.


If you have questions call Paullene


Caraher at 480-802-0498 or cell phone 602-292-7858; e-mail at annieosha@gmail. com. It is better to call the cell phone. Paullene will be in Kansas and Iowa


visiting family from May 23 to June 4. Peggy Mottel will be coordinating the classes and the substitute instructors. Peggy can be reached at 480-802-6795. Karen Effenberger, MSW Medical Intuitive can be reached at 480-895-8004 or 317-259-7651; www.kareneffenberger.com. 


Writers’ Group meeting The Sun Lakes Writers’ Group meets every Tuesday at Cottonwood in Room A-8 at 1:00


p.m. This is a creative, fun and friendly group that enjoys writing as well as reading what they have written. Visitors and new members are welcome to attend. Refreshments are served. For further information please call 480-895-8761. 


Pulaski Club news Join us at the Pulaski Club Arizona, 4331


East McDowell Road, Phoenix, Arizona; phone 602 275-9329. Event Schedule: Sunday, May 5 – Constitution Day


Dinner from 1:00-3:00 p.m.; music by the Varitones. Members $10/guests $15/ages 7-14 1/2 price/under 7 free Friday, May 17 – Bob Doszak from 6:00-


9:00 p.m.


Sunday, June 2 - “Hawaiian Luau”


Meeting from 12:30-2:00 p.m.; music by the Varitones from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Admission is $8 non-members unless


otherwise noted; doors open one hour before times listed. Bands and times are subject to change – no BYOB please. For more information go to www. like us on Facebook.


pulaskiclubaz.org; com/PulaskiClub.AZ.  Chandler networking group


Rose Pachura Chandler Networking Group will be


holding a luncheon on May 17, at Iguana Mack’s, 1371 N. Alma School, Chandler. Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. lunch follows


Staying healthy isn’t easy.


at noon for $10; program and discussion about businesses last until 1:30 p.m. Come share your business with us. Bring


your product for “Show and Tell.” Contact Rose at 480-802-0775 for RSVP. 


Then again, neither is dying.


When you consider the alternative, eating right and staying active really don’t seem so bad.


Many of the nearly one million deaths each year from type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke could be prevented with a few


lifestyle changes—including regular physical activity, healthier food choices and not smoking. It’s not easy. But it is worth it.


Talk to your doctor about your risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.


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