Local Organization Part of National Event to Promote Healthy Lifestyles for Women
Lake Oswego, Oregon — Muscles in Motion will join local groups across the country to celebrate the 17th Annual National Women’s Health & Fitness Day on September 26th, 2018. As an official host site, Muscles in Motion will host it’s 3rd annual event which brings local health professionals, women’s vendors and fitness guru’s together to offer assessments, activities, samples and demonstrations to encouraging women of all ages to enhance the quality of their lives through regular maintenance and activity on the 26th.
On this day, Muscles in Motion will join with an estimated 500 organizations and 50,000 to 70,000 women of all ages across the country to help promote active, healthy lifestyles through physical fitness, good nutrition and preventive care. According to Diana Del Garbino-Owner/CEO of Muscles in Motion, “Our Women’s Health and Fitness Day event is a wonderful opportunity for women to make, renew, and revitalize their commitment to live healthier lives through better health and fitness.”
The goal of this event is to encourage women to take control of their health: to learn the facts they need to make smart health choices, and to make time for regular physical activity. The event will be held on Wednesday September 26th between 6-8pm at Muscles in Motion and will include complimentary Personal Training, Chair Massage, Food & Wine, Health Assessments, Raffle Prizes and more!
For more information about our Women’s Health and Fitness Day event, please contact Jess Martin at 503.699.6948 or email@example.com.
About National Women’s Health & Fitness Day
National Women’s Health & Fitness Day is always held on the last Wednesday in September. The event showcases the many women’s health resources available through local organizations hosting events on that day. The program is organized by the Health Information Resource Centers and it is meant to encourage women to take control of their health: to learn the facts they need to make smart health choices, and to make time for regular physical activity.