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Joan Turnberg, Founder, Live-Life-Well

Joan Turnberg is an enthusiastic Nia Instructor (an exercise form combining dance, martial arts, and yoga). She has taught Nia at a variety of venues: Corporate locations, Town Recreation Departments, Yoga Studio, and private classes. When she attended her first Nia class, she resonated with the movements immediately. Less than a year later, Joan became a Certified Nia Instructor. With previous experience in Tae Kwon Do and Kenpo, Nia embodies elements of martial arts she enjoys while incorporating music and dance. After class, individuals consistently remark that they feel energized and relaxed at the same time.

Since March 2020, Joan has offered Nia classes on-line.

In addition, Joan is a licensed and nationally certified Massage Therapist specializing in reducing muscular tension and increasing relaxation.

Joan is a 1996 graduate of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge. MA and has advanced training in massage for pregnant women, labor, and postpartum period and Reiki. Joan offers stress resiliency workshops called "Are You Breathing?" in which participants learn grounding and relaxation techniques using visualization. She is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).

Joan is also a Certified Wellness Coach, helping individuals make lifestyle changes in exercise, weight management, nutrition, health, and stress so that individuals can feel comfortable in their own skin, leading to more joyful living. Joan has a gift for shifting a person's focus from feeling overwhelmed to feeling a sense of ease. People who have worked with Joan have experienced increased vitality, aliveness, and weight loss.

Previously, Joan was the Training and Development Manager at Abbott Laboratories, MediSense Products and she has a degree in Medical Technology.

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