Work on Your Health and Wellness with the Boulder JCC

We all know the physical and emotional benefits to eating right, exercise, and meditation. Those practices are more important than ever but also even more challenging to take on during this time when our gyms are closed and food shopping options are limited. The Boulder JCC has been offering a full range of virtual programs, both original and curated content, since mid-March.

Daily Meditation
The Boulder JCC offers a daily virtual meditation sit for those who seek comfort and community to cope with the difficult times we are all experiencing. The 30-minute Zoom sessions will consist of several minutes of guidance and teaching, 18 minutes of silence, and end with several minutes of optional sharing. No meditation experience necessary to join with us.  

Daily from 9 – 9:45 am
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Weekly Torah Yoga
In partnership with Congregation Bonai Shalom, Caron Robinson offers a healing and Torah-inspired yoga session every Friday at 8 am. Find a clear space in your home, a mat, and all your regular props. Great for all levels. Caron is an RYT 200 instructor. 

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Weekly Stretching with Shari

Wednesdays from 6 – 6:30 pm
Shari Polis will lead you through a series of stretches to release any of those tense spots. Perfect for all abilities and ages.
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Fridays from 10 – 10:30 am
Shari Polis leads stretching for the whole family to show tunes. Feel free to sing along while you move.
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Community Corner: Fitness and Nutrition
Fitness and nutrition go hand in hand to help you live your healthiest life. Lisa Shanken, certified health coach and yoga instructor, will guide you through a 30 minute fitness class followed by a 30 minute nutrition discussion. Each week will feature different topics and tips on how to get healthier in practical and realistic ways.
Wednesdays, starting May 20 12 – 1 pm 
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