From classes in helping children reduce anxiety to zumba with your toddler, this fall The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body is offering dozens of classes for children and teens. Babysitting training for tweens and teens, family yoga, cardio kickboxing, mother-daughter kickboxing, teen yoga, tai chi, self defense and other classes are available. Registration is taking place now, many classes start in September.
For more information and to register for these and many other classes taking place this fall at The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body, visit www.emersonwellness.org or call 978-287-3777. The classes all meet at The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body, located at 310 Baker Avenue in Concord. Free parking is available in the office park.
“We are very excited to offer a variety of exciting and fun classes for children this Fall,” said Patti Salvatore, Director of The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body. “The Wellness Center is designed to keep families healthy. Our expert instructors are chosen based on their experience with children and teens. There is something for everyone, whether you or your child is looking to get fit, learn new skills or neutralize stress.”
The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body is the health and wellness program of Emerson Hospital, designed to promote healthy living throughout the greater Concord community. While the Wellness Center has been offering classes for infants, children and teens for many years, this is the first time it is offering such an expanded array of classes for children of all ages.
Advisors of The Emerson Wellness Center for Mind and Body are physicians affiliated with Emerson Hospital: James Street, PhD, MD, Chair, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Emerson and Ana Jacobellis, DO, Westford Internal Medicine.
Emerson Hospital is a multi-site health system headquartered in Concord, Mass., with additional facilities in Sudbury, Groton and Westford. The 179-bed hospital provides advanced medical services to more than 300,000 individuals in 25 towns. To learn more, visit www.emersonhospital.org.