Later today (Thursday, January 28), Osteowellness Medicine of WNY (OWM) and Yoga Parkside will be holding an Open House at their new downtown location. This innovative wellness center has moved into the brand new Delaware North Building, adding to the list of amenities that are offered to people along the Chippewa corridor.
The partnership between the yoga program and the wellness center came about when decided to move his practice from an office in Williamsville to Downtown Buffalo. The move prompted a collaboration with Yoga Parkside, which will be offering:
● A variety of styles of yoga including vinyasa flow, restorative, and the Yoga Wall system
● Mindfulness and meditation
● Natural healing techniques including prolotherapy, PRP, graston, and osteopathic manual
● Nutrition and lifestyle coaching
● Massage and Reiki healing
One of the more essential and dynamic programs that is being introduced to class participants is Wall Yoga. This non-abrasive yoga technique is perfect for those looking to maintain the health of body and mind and/or seek out innovative physical recovery techniques.
All of the classes and health services take place in a state of the art facility that is conducive to fields of sports medicine, regenerative, nutritional, and fitness solutions. The spa-like environment is an added touch that will make any visitor excited to participate in the holistic programming.
Downtown Wellness Center and Yoga Studio Open House
Osteowellness Medicine of WNY (OWM) and Yoga Parkside
Thursday January 28, 2016 | 6-9:30 PM
Live music by Joseph Donohue III (of the Albrights and Erie Lackawanna Railroad)
235 S. Elmwood Ave. #120 (Delaware North Tower across from Hutch Tech) – First floor, with easy walk up access
The yoga studio is located on the first floor, with easy walk up access. It is in the parking ramp section of the new Delaware North building on the corner of Chippewa and Elmwood directly across from Hutch Technical High School. Street parking is easily available on Elmwood Avenue and other nearby streets. There is parking available in the ramp of the building that is accessible through the Chippewa Street entrance.