Aerial Yoga and Other Health Events in Maine and New Hampshire

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18 

Market

Nutrient Dense Cooking
Presented by Tanja Kunz, healthy eating specialist at Whole Foods Market

Cancer Community Center
778 Main Street
South Portland

Saturday, January 18
11 am to 1 pm

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 19

group inverted

Aerial Yoga 

Zone 3 Fitness
71 U.S. Route One
Scarborough

$25 Registration Required

Beginners 1:00 pm
Intermediate/advanced 3:00 pm

For more information
Beginners
Intermediate/advanced

TUESDAY, JANUARY 21

Weight_class_flyer

Healthy Eating and Weight Control

Maine Medical Partners – Urology
100 Brickhill Avenue #200
South Portland

Join dietitian Kay Milllin, RD, CDE, to learn more about weight control and eating healthfully to meet your goals.

Four classes $10 per class

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23

A couple who participated in Better Choices program.

Better Choices, Better Health
presented by Memorial Hospital

Visiting Nurse Home Care and Hospice
1529 White Mountain Highway (Route 16)
North Conway, NH

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program designed to help you better self-manage your chronic health condition and rediscover the things you enjoined doing. Better Choices, Better Health is a free 6-week workshop that meets for 2.5 hrs each week. The next series starts on January 23, 2014 at 2 pm.

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IN FEBRUARY

Music Heals Poster

Music Therapy for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Community Partners Space
56 North Street
Portland

Join board-certified music therapist Kate Beever for three Mondays of engaging, creative fun! Singing, percussion, movement and imagery with music to lower stress, self-express, and connect with others.

February 10, 17 and 24.
2:30 to 3:30

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Diane Atwood

About Diane Atwood

For more than 20 years, Diane Atwood was the health reporter on News Center 6. She's now a regular guest on the Morning Report. Before she became a health reporter, Diane was a radiation therapist/dosimetrist at Maine Medical Center. In 2000, she left the world of reporting to manage marketing and public relations for Mercy Hospital. In 2011, she decided to pursue a longtime dream of being a freelance writer and launched her award-winning blog Catching Health with Diane Atwood.