Free health/wellness presentations in Barriere this month

Registered Massage Therapist, Jim Cryderman, will be offering two one hour health and wellness presentations

Registered Massage Therapist, Jim Cryderman, will be offering two one hour health and wellness presentations for people who are interested in learning more about the mind and body connection in order to improve their overall health.

“These presentations are drawn from my 21 years of experience as a Massage Therapist, Tai Chi instructor, Applied Kinesiology Practitioner, and the last three years spent in Native philosophy studies,” says Cryderman.

The health and wellness presentations will be held at the Barriere Employment Centre and there is no charge for those attending.

• Monday, Aug. 14, 7 – 8 p.m., Tools For Dealing With Anxiety and Stress

• Monday, Aug. 11, 7 – 8 p.m., Self Healing, Understanding How The Body Recovers From Injury

Jim Cryderman, RMT, operates Still Waters Massage in Barriere.  You can contact him at ????????????



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