The Department of Equality and Diversity of the Mijas Town Hall continues with its cycle ‘Body, Mind and Soul’.
The Department of Equality and Diversity of the Mijas Town Hall continues with its cycle ‘Body, Mind and Soul’. On this occasion, a total of ten users of the Municipal Women’s Information Centre will receive training on Feldenkrais, a discipline that improves women’s health through relaxation techniques, alignment and body posture.
The workshops, which Stella Marcos will give in the ballroom of the Teatro Las Lagunas, will take place every Saturday in June from 10am to 1:30pm, the first one being on Saturday, June 5. They will address topics such as breathing and mental calm, chronic pain, bruxism problems or incontinence, among others.
From the Area of Equality and Diversity, on this occasion the cycle Body, Mind and Soul “is aimed at victims of gender violence, women who, because of their situation and the process they are going through, need techniques to improve their quality of life.”
Violence against women is associated with numerous health problems in the short and long term, such as chronic pain, heart problems, eating disorders, asthma and other respiratory problems or anxiety, and in many cases, leads to mental illness. The Department of Equality and Diversity of Mijas offers comprehensive care to victims of gender violence.
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