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Exercise To Heal: Stretching With Karen Holden

Airs Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 3 p.m. on KPBS TV

Above: Master instructor Karen Holden has spent more than 40 years practicing, studying, and teaching her craft as a practitioner of yoga, stretching and Qi Gong.

Graphic image of the program DVD -- "Exercise To Heal: Stretching With Karen Holden." Join or renew at the $80 level during our TV Membership Campaign and receive a copy of her DVD.

Above: Graphic image of the program DVD -- "Exercise To Heal: Stretching With Karen Holden." Join or renew at the $80 level during our TV Membership Campaign and receive a copy of her DVD.

As we age, staying limber is one of the most important things we can do for our overall health. Every day nature reminds us that flexibility is the key to youthful vigor. We don’t have to lose that flexibility as we get older.

Master instructor Karen Holden has spent more than 40 years practicing, studying, and teaching her craft as a practitioner of yoga, stretching and Qi Gong.

In "Exercise To Heal: Stretching With Karen Holden," Holden takes viewers through a simple yet effective routine of basic stretching – movements most of us can still do with little effort, to help reduce muscle tension, reduce stress, prevent injuries, increase coordination, enhance circulation, improve your mood, feel energized and relaxed.

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Video Excerpt: Exercise To Heal: Stretching With Karen Holden

Above: Karen Holden takes viewers through a simple yet effective routine of basic stretching – movements most of us can still do with little effort, to help reduce muscle tension, reduce stress, prevent injuries, increase coordination, enhance circulation, improve your mood, feel energized and relaxed.

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