Increase Your Wellbeing the Easy Way with Ageless Grace
Bendigo and Castlemaine Libraries look forward to welcoming Angelina Armato to enlighten audiences on Ageless Grace, a wellness program for all ages and abilities.
Ageless Grace is based on Neuroplasticity, a cutting-edge science which allows the brain and central nervous system to change form and function. This enhances the brain-body connection, ultimately fostering health and wellbeing.
The program will teach participants 21 chair-based exercises to help improve a variety of physical conditions, including joint mobility, spinal flexibility, right-left brain coordination, reduce stress, improve mood and self-esteem.
“Angelina’s program is ideal for anyone, particularly seniors, looking for help with managing all sorts of physical ailments,” said Tammy Higgs, Goldfields Library Corporation Programs and Events Coordinator.
“The program is a fun, easy and enjoyable, and is set to music to help people relax and reap the benefits,” said Ms Higgs.
Ageless Grace will be held during Brain Awareness Week, which is celebrated worldwide to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. For more information on Brain Awareness Week visit: www.dana.org/BAW
Ageless Grace will run at Castlemaine Library on Wednesday 15 March from 2-3pm, and at Bendigo Library on Thursday 16 March from 5:30-6:30pm.
Both sessions are free and bookings are required via: www.goldfieldslibraries.com