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NEWS BRIEFS


Falling Workshop: The Art of Injury Prevention Saturday, February 8


in the martial arts of Judo, Ju-Jitsu, and Aikido. Research proves that fear of falling leads to more falls. By learning controlled fall- ing 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


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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.


Saturday, February 8, 9:00 - 10:30 am. Evergreens Lifestyle Cen- ter 1401 Benjamin Parkway Greensboro, NC 27408. Fee: 25.00 by February 6. REGISTER AT (336) 373-4816 EXT 280. Visit the Events page at: www.silktigertaichi.com to view the flyer.


Common Symptoms, Testing Methods, and Management Options


Wednesday, February 19th at 6:00 pm. F


ood Intolerance Management can be very important when dealing with conditions such as fibromyalgia, irritable bowel


syndrome (IBS) and migraine headache. It can also play a role in other health concerns, such as chronic joint or muscle pain, sinus trouble, attention deficits, heartburn and fatigue. Weight gain or an inability to lose weight may also be associated with your sensitivity to particular foods. One of the main problems, in dealing with food intolerance


and sensitivities, is that they can be difficult to determine, and may take a long period to uncover them through a standard elimination diet. Food sensitivity testing, on the other hand, can provide you with specific information about your reactivity to particular foods and chemicals. It includes a customized elimina- tion diet that begins to provide relief much faster than typical elimination plans. Joyce Eury, RD, LDN will provide an overview of the topic of managing food intolerance, that will help attendees understand the differences between food intolerance, food sensitivities and food allergies. Joyce is a licensed dietician/nutritionist and certi- fied as a Life Style Eating and Performance (LEAP) therapist, specializing in tonight’s discussion topic.


Please register by Friday, February 14 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 Dr., Greensboro. Visit www.integrativetherapies.net. See ad on page 7.


Food Intolerance Discussion:


tion of bone tissue through exploration of gentle and safe move- ment, and especially helpful for those dealing with osteoporosis/ osteopenia. Rather than using force to encourage growth in some bones, this program shows the body how to realign itself for maximum benefit to all bones in everyday activities. Increasing both flexibility and stability, while improving the transmission of pressure from feet to head, it promotes the regeneration of bone tissue. Other benefits include restoring a natural uprightness and a springy walk with increased circulation. Anyone wishing to strengthen their bone structure and im-


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prove the efficiency of daily movement is appropriate for this class. Participants do need to be able to get up and down from the floor. In the class our instructor approaches a number of movement tasks by using mindful exploration, pressure, rhythm and vibration. The information our bodies learn in these classes carries over into daily life, and will continue to encourage bone growth and strength in just about everything we do. Instructor - Betsy Oldenburg, Certified Bones for Life®


teacher. Class is being held on two Saturdays: Part I – March 14 and Part II – March 28 from 10 – 11:30AM. Total Fee of $48 is due upon registration. Registration deadline is March 6th.


For more information, or to register for this class. Please call In- tegrative Therapies at 336-294-0910. We are located at 7-E Oak Branch Drive in Greensboro. See ad page 7.


Falling Workshop: The Art of Injury Prevention - Saturday, February 22


ractice 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 inde- pendence or severe injury. This workshop features conditioning for the entire 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.


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Saturday, February 22, 9:30-11am. Club Fitness at Oak Branch, 21 Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro. Fee: 25.00 Club Members/40.00 Non-Members. Payment due at registration by Feb. 19th. Register at (336) 851-1890 ext. 1102 or at info@clubfitnessgso.com See the flyer at the Events page: http://www.silktigertaichi.com


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ractice safe falling techniques and learn how to protect your- self from injury! The Art of Falling, or Breakfalls, is practiced


Integrative Therapies Planning Expansion: Looking for Licensed Professionals


s Integrative Therapies continues to serve the Triad com- munity, we strive to meet the needs of people searching for answers to their healthcare problems and provide support on their wellness journey. Our team is preparing to gradually move into a larger facility that will allow for many more service options, with details to be outlined in the near future. Currently, we have an opening for a part time licensed mental health professional. Integrative Therapies is also planning expansion of our Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Rehab Program. We welcome inquiries from NC licensed physical therapists and offer mentoring op- portunities for practitioners interested in developing and apply- ing these skills.


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Integrative Therapies is located at 7-E Oak Branch Dr., Greens- boro. We can be reached by phone at 336-294-0910; fax at 336- 218-0294 or email at Office@IntegrativeTherapies.net. Visit us on the web at www.IntegrativeTherapies.net. See ad on page 7.


BONES For LIFE® - Class Offered at Integrative Therapies in March


ones for Life® is a program to help strengthen and restore bone mass naturally. It is designed to address the deteriora-


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