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Warner Physical Therapy

The experienced staff provides care to improve the health and well-being of its patients by utilizing proven, evidence-based treatment methods in combination with the latest equipment to create a unique, personalized physical therapy experience.

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T he ancient Chinese practices of taiji (tia chi) and qi gong (pronounced CHEE-gung) combine slow, deliberate movements, meditation, and breathing exercises.  The routines were not designed to burn calories or raise your heart rate. Instead, both tia chi and qi gong are martial arts that can help your circulation, balance, and alignment. They can also help restore your energy, called chi or qi (pronounced "chee").  The low-impact moving meditations include standing and balancing. Although qi gong and tai chi are excellent fitness activities for beginners and people with health conditions, elite athletes also benefit from doing the slow movements, because everyone needs better balance and muscle control.  The postures flow together without pause, making qi gong and tai chi look like slow, graceful dances that keep your body in constant motion. You can take a class or do the exercises outdoors, on your own, or with a group.

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healing Arts Studio

Healing through Yoga, Taiji & Qi Gong, Meditation, Soul Hooping & Reiki by appointment. Healing Arts Studio is dedicated to helping the community heal. All levels are welcomed & encouraged. The first class is free.

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RESToRative Movement

Restorative Movement teaches the importance of correct body alignment in daily activities.  In class you learn how to observe how you currently move and how it can be damaging to your body.  Through practice of alignments in class and incorporating them into your daily activities, change begins to occur that reverses the damage and pain created by bad movement habits.  

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Margaret Miner, LMT

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north coast yoga
While there are many types of Yoga available, the overall principle is universal. Yoga is yoking, or union, bringing together the mind, body and spirit. It works from the inside, out and helps us find that connection we are all seeking. You don’t have to be flexible to do yoga, but you will gain flexibility, reduce stress and experience overall better health through breath and movement.

17 West Cayuga Street
Oswego, NY 13126

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