Physical movement is considered essential for a person’s overall well-being, especially at times of high stress and anxiety. Wellness Motivations is offering both personal and group classes via Zoom which can help you get through these challenging times by improving health and physical stamina.
SCHEDULE OF ZOOM CLASSES:
Monday 3/30/20: 7:30 PM – 8:20 PM – Group aerobic and strength class (women only) cost $12.00
Tuesday: 3/31/20: 8:45 PM – Mindful Movement for Stress relief (Men and Women) Free of Charge
Wednesday: 4/1/20 7:30 PM – 8:20 PM – Group aerobic and Strength Class (Women only) Cost $12.00
Thursday: 4/2/20 3:30 PM – 3:50 PM – Kids Yoga and Movement – for Children ages 2-7 – Free of Charge
Available for private consultation via zoom for Yoga, personal training and healthy eating ideas.
Please contact me for info on how to sign up for any of the above classes.
“I am cancer survivor, and that was a big reason why I was drawn to Wellness Motivations. Beth’s background and experience as an oncology has helped me a great deal. I was having trouble sleeping. Beth suggested that I change the time of day I was taking my anti-hormone therapy from the evening to the morning. I followed her advice and for the first time in months, I slept through the night.“
“When I started meeting with Beth from Wellness Motivations, I thought we would be working on my diet and nutrition. Beth brings a much larger menu to the table.We also discuss and work on fitness and conditioning, mindfulness and many subject related to the body and soul.”
“I called Beth because I needed to lose weight. I have lost 25lbs! I work out with Beth once or twice a week. We walk and jog in the park – she has me moving in ways that I have not been able to in years. With her clear guidance, and concern for my wellbeing – I am more tone, and my stamina has increased. I tell so many of my friend, you must see Beth.”
At Wellness Motivations, we believe in the importance of focusing on the whole person. As a medical professional, I motivate each of my clients to engage in self-care by responding to physical and emotional needs, not only by reacting to specific symptoms, but by reassessing his or her entire life-style, including eating, exercising, and sleeping patterns.
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