WPB's Mounts Botanical Garden Launches Two New Weekly Outdoor Series
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - eMusicWire -- (West Palm Beach, FL – January 8, 2021) "We are stardust, we are golden… And we got to get ourselves back to the garden." The words may be by Joni Mitchell, but the harmonic concept applies perfectly to two new outdoor series starting this month and running through February at Mounts Botanical Garden. Both of the series are under the theme of GET BACK TO OUR SENSES.

Invigorating Body Flex

Thursdays, January 28 through February 25


"Come raise your energy level, work on your balance, strengthen muscles and core while having fun in our beautiful surroundings. Find joy in getting out and moving your body in a safe environment. Each week we will be in a different part of the garden for these Body Flex classes led by certified fitness/yoga instructor Hegina Rodrigues," invites Rochelle Wolberg, Curator-Director at Mounts, Palm Beach County's oldest and largest botanical garden. "Classes are $15 each, which includes full Garden admission."

The physical and mental benefits of Body Flex low impact aerobic exercises include:
  • Safe and effective for increasing range of motion with low impact, entire body movement
  • Alleviates stress and pressure on joints
  • Focuses on balance and stretching while bringing awareness to breath
  • Engages the brand and boosts overall energy

Held at 9 am on Thursdays, January 28 through February 25, classes will be 45-minutes in length and are designed for adults of any age and level of ability. Limited to 10 people per class, participants are encouraged to wear comfortable sneakers or good walking shoes, and bring water and bug spray. Chairs will be available. In case of rain, the class will be held in the Portico of the Hutcheson Agricultural Complex.

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Instructor Hegina Rodrigues has a background in dance and has been teaching fitness and yoga for decades. While certified in several types of yoga in the United States, Brazil, Nepal, and India, she enjoys teaching a variety of styles and is not limited to one type. Her classes vary according to place and audience keeping the classes interesting, safe and fun for all abilities. Rodriguez has developed her own movement and breath combinations, creating a low impact way to raise energy, improve  balance, strength and flexibility.

Available for Interview:

Rochelle Wolberg, Curator-Director

Mounts Botanical Garden

561.233.1730

rwolberg@pbcgov.org

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart

PR-BS, Inc.

561.756.4298

gary@pr-bs.net


Source: PR by Schweikhart
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