Harvest Time Restoration Wellness Retreat

By Wilma Jozwiak

Ellen Lan­gen­bahn leads us in mat Pilates.

We hope that what will be the first of many well­ness retreats at Lan­dis hap­pened on Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 3, in the Meet­ing House with the mil­lion dol­lar view” of the Schoharie Valley.

Ellen Lan­gen­bahn led par­tic­i­pants in clas­sic Pilates mat exer­cis­es. Joy Heck­man, pro­pri­etor of The Olde Cor­ner Store in Mid­dle­burgh, pre­pared the lunch and pro­vid­ed infor­ma­tion about healthy eat­ing. Jim Paley led the group in a guid­ed med­i­ta­tion. Wilma Jozwiak intro­duced the group to Tai Chi to tar­get arthri­tis. Final­ly, Anne Don­nel­ly led the group on a short hike through some of her favorite sites at the Arboretum.

Joy Heck­man dis­cuss­es good nutrition.

Be look­ing for the date of the next well­ness retreat either in the 2016 Cal­en­dar of Events, pub­lished in the spring, or on the Arbore­tum’s web­site or Face­book page.

Fall 2015

Volume 33 , Number 4

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