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Mar 3 Webinar:  Tips to get active and stay active!

Mar 3 Webinar: Tips to get active and stay active!

Exercise and activity are key to maintaining optimal health.  Studies show that exercise can boost immunity, prevent disease, and improve mental health, longevity and quality of life, among numerous other benefits.  It can be difficult to stay active during the colder months (let alone during a pandemic!).  

Webinar with Sarah Zahab

Thursday March 3rd, 7:00pm 

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Tune in to this webinar and learn tips and strategies that will help you get active and stay active while staying safe.  We’ll include a simple, safe and short at home workout sample for you to use.  Learn from a Registered Kinesiologist and Clinical Exercise Physiologist with over 20 years of experience!

Sarah Zahab is a Registered Kinesiologist, Clinical Exercise Physiologist, fitness presenter and Certified group fitness instructor.  She is the owner of Continuum Fitness and Movement Performance Inc. in Westboro Ottawa, a personal coaching studio offering one-on-one coaching instruction, registered massage therapy and athletic therapy services.  Sarah is a former international fitness competitor and is the creator of the Prenatal and Postnatal Strength workout DVDs available on Amazon.  She presents fitness workshops at conferences in Canada and is a nationally ranked race walker. As part of Sarah's initial client assessment with Continuum, she utilizes movement screens, thorough history-taking, manual muscle testing, posture analysis, gait assessment, and analyzes breathing mechanics to aid clients on their journey.  Her goal is to determine the root cause of injury; alignment shifts, movement mechanics and patterns and takes a holistic approach to correcting imbalances.

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