Get healthy with Mentor Public Library

A library patron gets his hands wrapped before a free class at TITLE Boxing Club in Mentor

A library patron gets his hands wrapped before a free class at TITLE Boxing Club in Mentor.

There are all kinds of way to be healthy—physical, emotional, even spiritual—and Mentor Public Library wants to help with all of them.

That’s why we’ve started our Get Healthy series: to help you become your healthiest self. Each month, the library will offer a free program on how to improve an aspect of one’s health.

We began with a free class last week at TITLE Boxing Club in Mentor. In addition to learning some basic boxing techniques, we also learned the different parts of the body that boxing exercises. (It’s definitely more than the arms.)

But we won’t be punching bags every month.

The boxing class included  cardio, to improve heart health and stamina.

The boxing class included cardio, to improve heart health and stamina.

The Get Healthy series continues with a talk on happiness on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch. James Kargakos, a psychology professor and certified life coach, will discuss the science behind happiness and what can detract from it.

Then, in March, we’ll learn about homeopathic medicine with Remedy Jane.

All of our Get Healthy programs are free and open to the public. Attend one of them; come to all of them; and get healthier!

Our Get Healthy series is open to everyone.

Our Get Healthy series is open to everyone.

Visit Mentor Public Library’s Facebook page for more photos from our Get Healthy program at TITLE Boxing Club.

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