Sat, Mar 04|
WhittemoreCCC - Whittemore House
March's Wellness Salon
Join WhittemoreCCC for our monthly Wellness Salon March's Guest Speaker is Patricia Videgain, Certified Yoga Therapist Leslie Weinman our Functional Nutritionist will speak to Bone Health! Coffee & Tea by Black River Roasters Fresh Baked Pastries by Oldwick General Store
Time & Location
Mar 04, 9:30 AM – 10:40 AM
WhittemoreCCC - Whittemore House, 7, Rockaway Rd, Lebanon, NJ 08833
About The Event
Celebrating your Health Continues in March at Whittemore - Community, Culture & Conservation
Join Leslie Weinman MS, CNS, LDN, CHC - Functional Nutritionist and WhittemoreCCC Salon Coordinator,
with our next installment of our Wellness Salon.
We are thrilled to be expanding our wellness programs at Whittemore and launching The Wellness Salon. Come join us to connect with fellow members of our community over coffee & tea, learn some insights on specific health topics from our nutritionist, and listen to guest speakers while they educate us on their field of practice. In addition to the Wellness Salon which will meet monthly on Saturday mornings, we will be offering special programs on a variety of healing methods. Our mission is to expand awareness to our community on health and healing modalities that are available to support our body, mind and spirit. Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to learn and grow with us!
March's Guest Speaker: Patricia Videgain - Certified Yoga Therapist will introduce her
"Women Embodiment Series: The Pelvis"
The class will focus on experiencing anatomical connections, asanas and breathing techniques.
We will take an intimate look at the bone structure, muscles and organs that are housed in this important space.
The goal of this 5-class series is to learn about and connect to the pelvic region with a combination of lecture, discussion, and movement practice. We will take an intimate look at the bone structure, muscles and organs that are housed in this important space. The class will focus on experiencing anatomical connections, asanas, and breathing techniques.
"Even though a woman who practices yoga postures may have a flexible body, she may still have the tendency to hold her body and postures incorrectly. This disturbs her organic body. When asanas and pranayamas are done with accuracy in both “doing the posture correctly” as well as “feeling the body” the mudras and bandhas can happen naturally."
-Dr. Geeta Iyengar.
Patricia Videgain is a Yoga Alliance 500hr + YACEP Provider, Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Certified Yoga Therapist, Body-Mind Centering Association Member. In 2020 she graduated from Leslie Howard’s Yoga for Pelvic Floor. In 2021 Patricia took Holistic Pelvic Care with Tami Lyn Kent. In 2022 Patricia started studying Structural Integration. Patricia has been teaching yoga since 2002, Experiential Anatomy since 2010, and Somatic Meditation since 2017. She is committed to teach others how to use yoga, movement, breathing and meditation as a tool for inspiration and transformation. Teaching Yoga is a great source of contentment for me. Students are my greatest teachers. website: BodyHaiku
Leslie will speak about "Bone Health"
"I’m Leslie Weinman, functional nutritionist and clinical herbalist. I am very excited to be leading (coordinating) the Wellness Salon and helping to support our community with their health. In my practice I always look to find the root cause of any imbalance in order to give the body the nourishment it needs through diet, lifestyle and herbal medicine. The body will naturally heal itself when given the proper support. I look forward to meeting you!"
This is a FREE EVENT.
RSVP is Required.
Those guests who attend are invited to join our 11am Movement Class with Carl Klemme.
Please RSVP as well.
REGISTRATION is OPEN for Patricia's 5-class series "Women Embodiment Series: The Pelvis"