The University of Arizona Arthritis Center Living Healthy with Arthritis
Canyon Ranch Active Series program presents:
"Breathing for Health and Relaxation"
When: Saturday, November 16, 2013
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Where: The University of Arizona Medical Research Building
Room 102 1656 E. Mabel St
Who: Kay Quatraro, Nationally Certified Fitness and Yoga Specialist, Canyon Ranch Health Resort
About the Lecture: The flow of the breath constantly helps shape your body's energy patterns. Dealing with everyday stress can cause the breath to become shallow and constricted, resulting in poor body function. Studies show that proper breathing and relaxation techniques can reduce muscular tension, improve circulation, reduce stress and foster overall well-being.
Directions to the Medical Research Building at the University of Arizona: Heading west on Speedway Blvd., turn right on Cherry Ave (traffic light). Heading north, drive past Helen St. Directly after Helen St., on the right-hand side, is a long, narrow parking lot. Park in that lot and walk east toward a large, white metal structure and the building will be on your right. Parking is free.
Have questions about Breathing for Health and Relaxation?
Contact The University of Arizona Arthritis Center