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Mudras Demonstration Nov. 14 in North Olmsted
What are mudras? Want to learn more about this “hand yoga?” Then join author and massage therapist Emily Fuller Williams Sunday, Nov. 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Elite Goddess shop on Lorain Road in North Olmsted OH as she describes and demonstrates gestures from her new book, Mudras: Ancient Gestures to Ease Modern Stress (Parenting Press, www.parentingpress.com, $14.95, ISBN 978-0-943990-40-8).
Used since Cleopatra’s time, mudras are simple exercises that can be done almost anywhere, at any time. Within a few minutes, they can relieve tension from such issues as traffic gridlock, argumentative family or colleagues, and apprehension about medical procedures.
Williams, who lives and practices in Fairview Park, has for the past several years incorporated mudras in her practice and in her frequent presentations at conferences and retreats. She’s taught the gestures to hospice workers, therapists, teachers, parent educators, and to members of church, civic and business groups at such programs as “Managing Holiday Stress,” “Stress Management for Parents,” and “Teaching Mudras to Children.”
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Last updated November 10, 2010