Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a competitive athlete, or just beginning a new fitness journey, having a detailed approach to your training goals is essential for success. This webinar with chiropractor Dr. Jason Biondo will dive into the key elements of training, nutrition, and recovery to optimize your exercise performance and overall health.
Join yoga instructor Julie Funke in the Oak Room for a yoga workshop! Julie will teach yoga poses that are beneficial for women’s health, especially as women age. She will correct your posture as you go through each pose and will suggest alternate positions and adjustments to make if you have injuries or limitations. No matter if you’re just getting into yoga or if you’ve been doing it for a long time, this workshop is for you!
Join us in the Oak Room for a pop-up ELDOA class with Angie Campbell, certified ELDOA trainer and yoga therapist. The ELDOA method creates space and balance in the body by using myofascial stretches and specific osteopathic techniques to improve posture, relieve pain, and prevent injury. This class is appropriate for anyone seeking to improve posture, relieve chronic or acute pain, recover from training, or enhance overall well-being.
You probably know of chiropractic treatment and physical therapy for pain relief and posture work, but did you know there is also a specific branch of training that teaches your body to heal itself on its own? The ELDOA method involves a variety of one-minute exercises specific to a certain joint or area of the body that are designed to self-normalize those tissues. These exercises are very specific and sometimes complex stretches — more adeptly called “extreme end-range contractions.”
Join yoga instructor Julie Funke in the Oak Room for a yoga workshop! Julie will teach the proper form for common yoga poses and correct your posture as you go through each pose. She will suggest alternate positions and adjustments to make to each pose if you have injuries or limitations. If you’re just getting into yoga or if you’ve always wondered if you’re doing it correctly, this workshop is for you!
Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a presentation from Dr. Jason Biondo, chiropractor and Director of Fitness at PALM Health. Dr. Biondo will discuss how the different pillars of exercise — stability, strength, aerobic conditioning, and anaerobic conditioning — pertain to the health and fitness goals people often set in the new year. In addition, he will address how exercise benefits disease prevention, health span, and weight management.
Join Sarah Bird, DNP, one of the original creators of PALM’s Balanced Living Program, for a short virtual info session on the program, which helps participants reset their habits, lose weight, and look and feel their best. Sarah will share an overview of the Balanced Living Program, what it includes, who it’s for, and what to expect from it. She will answer questions from the audience after her presentation.
Have you been thinking about starting a workout routine, but just don’t know where to start? Maybe you already have a fitness routine but aren’t seeing results or getting satisfaction from it. Regardless of the reason, if you are looking to start or change your routine, it’s important to consider the different aspects of a well-rounded fitness plan. There are many types of training out there, and it can be confusing and difficult to navigate where to begin, how to structure a routine, and how to choose the right kind of exercise for you.
In this pop-up class event, personal trainer Brent Haddock will take you through 30 minutes of strength training exercises and 30 minutes of stretching. These foundational strengthening and stretching movements form the building blocks of a balanced exercise routine. This class will give you a taste of our Balanced Living Program for healthy and sustainable weight management (receive $200 off when you sign up in January). The class will be the same on both Saturdays.
In honor of National Women’s Health and Fitness Day, Heather Walther will teach a fitness class in the Oak Room that emphasizes the importance of variety in exercise. The first 30 minutes of the class will focus on strength training and sculpting; the next 20 minutes will incorporate yoga and stretching, and the last 10 minutes will include myofascial release. Heather will talk about her intention as a fitness instructor to help women support their body and its tissues, not beat it up or burn it out. Her goal is to help women stay as active as possible for as long as possible, avoiding injury and loving the exercise they do along the way.