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COMMUNITY EVENTS


November 1-30 Let’s Stay Together. A Powerful Christian Based Bootcamp presented to you by Jill White-Huffman, LPC, MFT for couples that are designed to give helpful tips that may be useful to maintain a positive & lasting relationship. During the seminar, couples can expect to gain knowledge about heal- ing, resolution, and progression. Topics To Be Discussed Include: - Why Did I Choose My Spouse? - Turning Pain into Passion - Reigniting the Flame - The Language of Love - Love is the Answer - I Care for You - Building Bridges & Getting the Keys Back to Love! To learn more and/or Register, 336-855-1860 or visit: http://marriagecoun- seloringreensboro.com/couples-marriage- boot-camps--seminars--retreats--events. html


Saturday, November 2


Falling Workshop: The Art of Injury Pre- vention. 9-10:30am. Practice safe falling techniques and learn how to protect yourself from injury! The Art of Falling, or Breakfalls, is practiced in the martial arts of Judo, Ju- Jitsu, and Aikido. Research proves that fear of falling leads to more falls. By learning 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 en- tire body and reduces fragility. People from 18 to 83 have participated and graduated with renewed confidence! Learn these time- tested techniques from martial arts expert Eric Reiss. Location: Evergreens Lifestyle Center 1401 Benjamin Parkway, Greensboro. Fee: 25.00 by October 28. REGISTER AT (336) 373-4816 EXT 280. Visit the Events page at: www.silktigertaichi.com to view the flyer.


Wednesday, November 6


FELDENKRAIS® - Awareness Through Movement. 5-6pm at Integrative Therapies, 7-E Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro. The Feldenkrais class teaches you how to be- come aware of the way you move your body that may contribute to dysfunction and pain. It gives you choices in how to exchange habitual movement for more efficient pos- ture with less effort. Improved quality of life benefits can be achieved with increased flexibility, agility and reduced tension and pain. It can also result in enhanced physical skill levels. Class fee is $10/class. Please call (336) 294-0910 to talk with certified facilita- tor, Joy Shelnutt, PT, GCFP, prior to register- ing, so we can make sure to meet your personal needs. View our calendar at www. integrativetherapies.net


Saturday, Nov. 9 & 16


Peripheral Neuropathy: Natural Treat- ments & Solutions. 2:30pm. Discover the real reason behind your condition plus natural treatments to start feeling better today. Are you or someone you love expe- riencing pain, numbness, or tingling in your upper or lower extremities? Balance issues? Feeling like walking on a rail or skin crawl- ing? Dr. Draper with Advance Wellness will explain the many causes of this condition: diabetes, injury, some cholesterol medica- tions, chemo toxicity, and nerve damage. Get on the road to healing and better health now! Location: Jet Up Nutrition, 2203 Flem Rd., Greensboro


Wednesday, November 13


Healing Touch Clinic. The Healing Touch Clinic is held once monthly at West Market United Methodist Church, 301 W. Market St. Room 312, GSO. Appts available: 5:30, 6:30 or 7:30. Healing Touch relieves pain, eases stress, assists in eliminating toxins. HT is described as a Biofield Therapy by the National


Institute of Health and compli-


ments conventional health care. Love offer- ings accepted. Contact Lundee Amos at 336-288-2654 or lundeeht@gmail.com


Saturday, November 16


Falling Workshop: The Art of Injury Pre- vention. 9:30-11am. Practice safe falling techniques and learn how to protect yourself from injury! The Art of Falling, or Breakfalls, is practiced in the martial arts of Judo, Ju-Jitsu, and Aikido. Research proves that fear of fall- ing leads to more falls. By learning 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 fea- tures conditioning for the entire body and reduces fragility. People from 18 to 83 have participated and graduated with renewed confidence! Learn these time-tested tech- niques from martial arts expert Eric Reiss. Location: Club Fitness at Oak Branch, 21 Oak Branch Dr, Greensboro. Fee: 35.00/25.00 (Club members). Call 336-478-2660 to re- serve your space by November 10. Visit the Events page at: www.silktigertaichi.com to view the flyer.


Sunday, November 17


Free Essential Oils Class. 4:30pm. Essential plant oils are nature’s beneficial therapeutic agents. You’re invited to come learn the various ways they can be used in aiding the mind, body and spirit. Free essential oils workshops are held every third Sunday, 4:30 pm at 104 Center St., Mebane NC 27302. Come enjoy historic downtown Mebane and experience what essential oils have in store for you. R.S.V.P. to Irina Teixeira, 336-213- 2869 or mysticgroveoils@gmail.com.


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ONGOING EVENTS TUESDAY


Yoga for Health with Heather. 4-5:15 pm. This small class size series draws on the wisdom of Yoga while providing you with guidance in stretching and strengthening exercises as well as strategies to promote relaxation. The sessions are designed to help enhance your body awareness, and to be gentle enough for those who are deal- ing with pain or musculoskeletal issues. All classes are geared toward beginners and intermediate students. Individual sessions are available upon request. Facilitated by Heather (HP) Fields, Certified Yoga Instructor & licensed therapist. Fee: $15/class, paid in advance at registration. Location: Integrative Therapies, 7-E Oak Branch Dr., GSO. Call 336-294-0910 to register.


Chinese Yoga Class. 5:30 – 6:30 pm. Chi- nese Yoga incorporates the best of the East. Using both moving and stationary postures and exercises, Chinese Yoga improves health by strengthening the body, increasing flexibility, and relaxing the mind. Suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, Chinese Yoga will engage your imagination with a fusion of qigong (Tai Chi energy exercise), floor stretching, mindfulness, and fun! Your certified instructor has over 40 years experi- ence. Call for our special, introductory rate: 336-449-3284. Location: First Reformed United Church of Christ, 513 W. Front St., Burlington.


THURSDAY


T'ai Chi Ch'uan Classes. 5:30-6:30pm (Be- ginners) and 6:30-7:30pm (Advanced). T'ai Chi for health, meditation and self-defense. Improve balance, strength and flexibility. Classes held at First Reformed United Church of Christ, 513 W. Front St., Burlington. 336- 449-3284. Phone for introductory rates. Your instructor has 40 years experience in T'ai Chi Ch'uan, and is certified to teach by The Na- tional Tai Chi Ch'uan Assn., Los Angeles, CA. See full schedule at www.silktigertaichi.com.


FRIDAY


TRAGER® Mentastics. 2nd and 4th Friday (monthly) from 3-4pm. Facilitated by Betsy Oldenburg, LMBT. Remember what it was like to feel good? Trager® helps release deep-seated unhealthy patterns, which af- fect physical and mental health. It utilizes gentle, non-intrusive, natural movements that are simple, and are never forced, so there is no discomfort to you. You are left with a feeling of deep relaxation and increased flexibility. Call 336-294-0910 to register. Class fee is $20. Location: Integra- tive Therapies. 7-E Oak Branch Dr, GSO


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