NEWS BRIEFS Book Launch:
The 21-Day Yoga Challenge: Inspiration for a lifetime of good health By Ann Fitzmaurice
Illustrated by Altina Layman
ometimes we all need a little motivation to help us follow through with a commitment. That is what author and yoga instructor Ann Fitzmaurice provides each year as she leads stu- dents through the 21-day yoga challenge. Now that motivation can be found in a new book, The 21-Day Yoga Challenge: Inspi- ration for a lifetime of good health.
Engaging essays and beautiful illustrations guide readers and yogis through a three week practice to increase their physical and mental well being. A book launch celebration will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019, 7pm at Scuppernong Books (304 S. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC). The first 21-day yoga challenge began with a dedicated
group from the Kathleen Price Bryan YMCA in Greensboro, NC, where Fitzmaurice believes the mission of the YMCA to provide programs to build a healthy spirit, mind and body is embraced fully. A portion of all proceeds of books sold at the Bryan YMCA will go to support this mission.
In addition to the book launch, workshops and special classes will be held at the Bryan YMCA, Radiance Yoga, and The Yoga Studio in Oriental, NC. For more information, please contact www.think-yoga.co
Can the Mediterranean Diet Really Help Me on A Path to Wellness?
Wednesday, February 20 at Integrative Therapies
over 1.5 million healthy adults that follow the Mediterranean Diet. However, the question arises as to any benefits being ap- parent in initiating the Mediterranean way of eating, in adults already having health issues? The answer is yes. There is a considerable amount of literature available con-
cerning the Mediterranean Diet, but one of the objective’s for tonight’s session is to make sense of it all for you. Join nutrition- ist Joyce Eury as she guides you through the proven data sup- porting the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet in patients with diabetes, heart disease, cognitive impairment, Parkinson’s and some cancers. She will also offer suggestions for how to adjust your existing diet to establish a new food lifestyle, so you too can eventually feel the benefits. Join us for this dynamic discussion on Wednesday, February
20 at 6:00pm. Joyce is a licensed nutritionist, and certified as a Life Style Eating and Performance (LEAP) therapist, specializing in food sensitivities/intolerances.
Please register for this class by Friday, February 15 by calling (336) 294-0910. Class Fee of $15 is due upon registration via phone or in person. Integrative Therapies is located at 7E Oak Branch Drive in Greensboro. Visit our Website www.in
tegrativetherapies. net. See ad on page 7.
reduction in risk of cardiovascular mortality, as well as over- all mortality, has been demonstrated in a meta-analysis of
Falling Workshop: The Art of Injury Prevention Saturday, February 23 9:30-11am
ractice ground-falling techniques in a safe, padded environ- ment! The Art of Falling, or Breakfalls, is practiced in the martial arts of Judo, Ju-Jitsu, and Aikido among others. Research proves that fear of falling leads to more falls. By
learning safe and controlled falling techniques, we reduce that fear.
Preparation for accidents reduces the chance of injury, since fall injuries can lead to loss of independence, or worse. This workshop features conditioning for the entire body and
reduces fragility, the chief reason for serious injuries. People from 18 to 83 have participated and graduated with confidence! Learn these time-tested techniques from martial arts expert Eric Reiss.
Join us on Saturday, February 23 from 9:30 until 11:00 am at The Club at Oak Branch, 21 Oak Branch Dr, Greensboro. Fee: 35.00/25.00 (Club members).
Call 336-478-2660 to reserve your space by Feb. 20. Visit the Events page at: www.silktigertaichi.co
m to view the flyer.
The Center for Holistic Healing is Growing... and Moving!
he Center for Holistic Healing is excited to announce that we are expanding and moving to a new easy to access loca- tion to accommodate our growth. This move to a larger space will allow us to expand available hours for acupuncture and massage services, add new yoga classes, and introduce the Design Well program which provides individualized integrated plans of yoga, Reiki, pranayama and Ayruveda principles. The Center for Holistic Healing will be closed Friday, Febru-
ary 15th 2019 to begin the moving process. We will re-open at our new location Monday, February 18th 2019 at 8:00 AM. Our new premises are at 3929 Tinsely Drive, Suite 104 High Point NC 27265. Our contact number will remain the same, 336-841-4307 and you can continue to email us at thecenter@ chhtree.co
m. Our new premises are near the intersection of Eastchester
Drive and Wendover Avenue in High Point on Tinsley Drive between Mi Pueblo and Tex and Shirley’s restaurants.
Please contact us with any questions you may have concerning our new location or our ongoing services. We look forward to seeing you soon at our new address. See ad on page 16.
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