Stretch More Than Your Mind at the Library

Stratford Library Offers “Gentle Stretching/Exercises”

Interactive Program Set for July 22 on Zoom

by Tom Holehan
Public Relations & Programming at Stratford Public Library

The Stratford Library has announced that it will host a virtual, live exercise program, “Gentle Stretching and Exercises” on Thursday, July 22 at 10:30 am. The program, available on the Library’s Zoom platform, is free and open to the public.

Join the Library for a fun and active workshop where participants will actively join in exercises while learning about the health benefits of gentle stretches and exercises. There are many benefits of gentle exercises and stretching some which include: decreased stress, decreased risk of injury, increased mind/body connection, bone mass, metabolism and many more. No experience is necessary. Comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended.

Guest speaker for the program is Jill Patterson, RDN, who presented “Eat This Not That!” last month for the Library. An award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, Patterson is also a certified fitness instruction and personal trainer. She specializes in employee wellness and school nutrition and is passionate about helping people live their happiest and healthiest lives.

“Gentle Stretching and Exercises” will be held on July 22 from 10:30-11:30 am on the Zoom platform. To register online and receive a Zoom invitation for the program visit:
https://stratfordlibrary.libcal.com/event/7737950.
For further information call the Stratford Library at: 203.385-4162

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