Parkinson’s workshop in Longford hosted by smovey health

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Parkinson’s Workshop in Longford hosted by smovey health

A free Smovey for Parkinson’s Workshop will take a place on Tuesday, March 13 from 7pm to 8.30pm in The Family Centre, Longford.

A free Smovey for Parkinson’s Workshop will take a place on Tuesday, March 13 from 7pm to 8.30pm in The Family Centre, Longford.


smovey health is organising the informative workshop during which Irene Treacy, Ireland's first smovey Coach and a PD Warrior,explains how smovey can help: increase mobility, increase circulation, reduces pain in the body, reducing freezing episodes, reduces anxiety and stress, improves balance and coordination, improves digestion system, strengthens bones and helping reduce osteoporosis, strengthens muscle and core body.

smovey is a unique easy to use Austrian exercise and wellness tool. It helps and improves quality of life through vibration therapy.

smovey was invented by Johanna Salzwimmer, an Austrian Tennis player who developed Parkinson’s. He realised the vibrations that are created through movement via the handle of the smovey rings through the reflex zones in the palms of your hands. It sends calming messages up your arms, neck and into your brain, giving more energy with a lovely relaxed feeling, relieving stress and strains. The vibration therapy gives brilliant benefits and also reduces the symptoms of illnesses such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Alzheimer’s, and arthritis.

All people with Parkinson’s and friends welcome. This is a FREE event but space is limited so please email admin@smoveyhealth.com to confirm your place.

For more info please visit www.smoveyhealth.com and Facebook page “smovey health”

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