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Post date: Jul 18, 2017

Learn the basic steps and concepts of popular dance styles. Each 6-week session will focus on two dances to give you plenty of time to practice what you learn. Different dances will be taught in later sessions. No partner required. Prepare to dance a lot and have a ton of fun!

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Post date: Jul 14, 2017

In this radio interview, Rebecca Nettl-Fiol and Laura Chiaramonte talk about the Alexander Technique.

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Post date: Jul 14, 2017

Matthew Gordon, PT, DPT talks about treating foot pain.

Post date: Jun 7, 2017

Mettler Center is very excited to announce the installation of our new floor in Studio A.

This premium, real wood and "sprung" floor is ideally-suited for aerobic and dance classes. It has the "feel" preferred by professional dancers and has been the choice of many professional dance studios.

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Post date: Apr 24, 2017

We are excited to partner with Indian Acres Swim Club this upcoming 2017 swim season.

Get fit and stay cool with Water Fitness! Classes begin Tuesday, May 27th.

Schedule

M/W/F, 11:45a–12:30p - Water Fitness with Emily
Mondays, 4:30–5p - Deep Water Express with Chelsea (starts 6/5)
T/Th, 4–4:45p - Water Zumba with Susan
Sa/Su, 11–11:45a - Aqua Barre with Emily...

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Post date: Apr 17, 2017

Jeff Schroder, PT, MPT, DPT demonstrates a compendium of foam rolling activities you can use for soft tissue mobilization and stretching.

Post date: Apr 10, 2017

Matthew Gordon, PT, DPT talks about proper training techniques and habits for runners.

Post date: Mar 29, 2017

Jeff Schroder, PT, MPT, DPT demonstrates seven stretches for better hip mobility, each with variations using rotation.

Post date: Mar 29, 2017

Jeff Schroder, PT, MPT, DPT talks about aquatic/pool therapy with Mettler Center.

Post date: Mar 20, 2017

It is a growing phenomenon that more people are diagnosed with chronic fatigue or pain syndrome. It may not be a life-threatening condition, but it sure has a great impact on one’s quality of life. The saddest part of it is that once it is developed, nothing seems help to alleviate it. People are passively drawn further into the situation and don’t know what to do.

Chronic fatigue or pain syndrome (fibromyalgia may also be used loosely for this diagnosis) has multiple...

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