We’ll go over some easy stretches that can be done at your desk, in your bed or with a tennis ball! These stretches help release lingering tension, give you some energy to start your day or help you get to those hard to reach spots.
Space for this workshop is limited. We’ll add more dates if there is a lot of interest.
All participants are asked to keep distance, wash/sanitize hands on arrival and masks will be required indoors. Everyone will have to complete a health check form incl. a temperature check and a release form. These forms will be made available for review prior to arrival.
“If I could make people feel as good as I feel right now, then this is what I’m meant to do.”
Minutes after getting her first massage Dina Haffner was certain about the road she would need to take. Since January 2009 she has been actively studying and practicing massage therapy to help people find relief for their pain and relaxation in a hectic world. Her practice, Kinetric Wellness, stands by the principle that since each body is different, each body responds differently to every treatment, so the treatment must be tailored to the individual in order to be effective. Taking this holistic approach to recovery means getting to the root of the problem and utilizing a multitude of modalities to correct it.
Not satisfied with only providing relief on the massage table, Dina has expanded her practice to include curated items from small businesses to send care and joy home with clients, championed connection in the wellness community, and moved into the virtual course sphere with Kouples.co. Through this offering, partners can learn massage methods to ease each other’s aches and pains by watching a series of videos led by Dina in the comfort of their homes. Inspired by the good and resilience of people, Dina Haffner is constantly looking for new ways to use her platform to help others a more healthy, stress-free lifestyle.