CORE Week at NIH

CORE stands for COnditioning and RElaxation. This week will feature discussions and participation in diverse forms of physical activity, such as yoga, Pilates, running, walking, hip-hop dancing and more. It will also offer de-stressing and relaxation. There are more activities than a single person can undertake. CORE Week is held from February 9-13 at various locations at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. For more information, please contact the organizer, Dr. Rachel Levine, directly. All events are FREE and open to the public. Details about daily events.

On Wednesday evening, February 11, from 6:30-9:00 pm, the event organizers will have a networking/brainstorming get-together at the Rockville Lifetime Athletic Club,
1151 Seven Locks Rd., Rockville, Maryland 20854. This event carries a modest fee, $15, to cover refreshments.

Judging from a previous event, I know that Rachel and her colleagues will put together a great series of presentations, discussions and hands-on sessions. NIH is also opening its fitness centers for classes before and after the main mid-day events.