Question of the Month
What mind-body classes or workshops are you or your facility offering to your clients to encourage development of the mind-body-spirit connection for improved overall wellness? In your marketing, are you emphasizing primarily the physical benefits, or do you promote the overall benefits? For example, are you offering yoga, Pilates, tai chi or qigong classes geared for stress reduction, mental fitness and/or health improvement? If yes, what has been the response?Share your examples with editor Sandy Todd Webster, email@example.com.
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