Wellness Practitioners Present Self-Care Seminar
Emily Yenor, owner of 1212 Bodyworks, along with Kelly Kolodzinski, owner of Renew Holistic Wellness, will be hosting an interactive and engaging seminar about the importance of self-care entitled Love Yourself from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, February 28 at 1212 Bodyworks, in Brookfield. This free seminar will offer simple yet practical ways to create a unique self-care routine, including healthy mindset and nutrition tips as well as specific, whole-body movement techniques.
Yenor is a physical therapist and certified Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) specialist, with a focus on helping her clients optimize balanced muscle function to move and feel their best. Kolodzinski is an integrative nutrition health coach, certified thermography technician and certified colon hydrotherapist, offering a unique array of wellness services focused on gut and breast health customized to deliver achievable solutions to her clients’ health concerns and goals.
Location: 20720 W. Watertown Rd., Ste. 100, Brookfield. For more information, call 414-405-3956 or email 1212BodyWorks@gmail.com.
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