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Be Well @ Bosler

Join us the First Wednesday of each month as we host a local wellness expert who will talk about how to stay healthy using non-traditional means. Our next presentation will be:

 

The Trager Approach

Wednesday, September 7 at 7:00 pm

 

Spend an evening learning about the Trager Approach. Camille Baughman, MA, LMT, and Bethany Cincotta, LMT, of Camille Baughman and Associates will be presenting this unique movement education therapy founded by the late Milton Trager, MD.

 

The Trager Approach is pleasurable and gentle, yet the effects are deep and lasting. Many people seek a Trager session for relaxation, personal growth, or increased feelings of joy and wellness.

 

During our time together we will be exploring ways to release physical and mental tensions we carry in our everyday life by playing with gravity-sensing the ground under our feet, swinging a leg, wiggling an arm, dropping a shoulder, etc. Participants will discover how to listen to their body cues and adapt the Trager moves to their personal condition to feel the positive shift. This process will bring the mind into focus, in a state comparable to meditation.

 

For more information please call Nicholas Macri at (717) 243-4642 ext. 3224 or by email at nmacri@ccpa.net.

 

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July 28, 2016

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