Unconventional Training/Strengthening and Gentle Yoga Classes

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January 11 – February 22 for Unconventional Training and Strengthening Class with Lee Ginenthal on Mondays from 4:30-5:30pm. Thank you to CRC volunteer and cancer survivor Lee Ginenthal for offering his virtual, gentle training class that increases strength, mobility, flexibility and aerobic capacity at the same time.

Email rocio@crcfl.net to register.


Gentle Yoga with Nick Boyar continues weekly on a drop-in basis on Tuesdays from 10-11am.
Email info@crcfl.net for the zoom link to join the class.

From a long term participant:“I have been attending Nick’s gentle yoga class through CRC for many years. Of all the yoga/exercise classes I have tried, Nick has been the most sensitive to the needs of people who are dealing with cancer. His classes not only give us a gentle routine for physical self care, but also mindful meditative tools to calm the busy mind and nervous system, which tends to work on overdrive in many of us dealing with cancer. I cannot put into words what I receive from the hour of zoom every week connecting with Nick and “my” people.”
 
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Both classes supported by the generosity of the Yaman Foundation and individual donors.

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