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A Healthy Bite of Exercise & Nutrition with Urban Poling Inc! by March of Dimes

September 24, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join Nina for this monthly informative “bite” of exercise and nutrition that is sure to impress!

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Thursday Septmeber 24th

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Grab a cup of coffee and join our weekly chat and join Nina for an informative “bite” of exercise and nutrition that is sure to impress! Nina will be leading a series of seated and standing exercises which will get your heart pumping and put your mind at ease. She’ll complete the session with a brief chat on nutrition which will complete the bite!


Nina LePage

Nina is an Urban Poling master trainer, a Can Fit Pro personal trainer, group fitness trainer and older adult trainer. She is also a Hatha yoga teacher (200 hours) and has been teaching chair fitness and yoga classes since 2012. Nina started her fitness profession in 1978 and she has a lot of experience teaching both on line and in person. During her years living in SAN Francisco she took her nutrition educator certification at the Bauman Holistic College in 2007. Currently Nina is teaching zoom classes for the Lindenlea Community Centre and for the Rideau Sports Centre.Nina has helped with the warm up for many fundraiser walking events.She teaches Nordic walking at a social distance to small groups.The great outdoors is her passion.She loves to help people move well and eat well to feel good.

Urban Poling

Urban Poling is proud to be an awarding winning and 100% women-owned and operated Canadian company. Incorporated in 2005, it was one of the first companies to bring Urban Poling (generic name is Nordic walking) to Canada! Today as an international education centre & distributor, our high performance Urban and ACTIVATOR poles are found in 700+ stores and have been adopted as a therapy & fitness tool by more than 5000 graduates of our training programs including, diverse healthcare professionals and fitness instructors.

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