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Welcome Eric H. Koehler

Eric H. Koehler, JCC’s new CEO, has been on the job a little more than a month and is already a regular fixture in the Mordoh Fitness Center as is his wife Sandy. Even son, Gedalia, has jumped right in as staff at Camp JCC. The Koehlers come to Indianapolis from Stamford, CT where as CEO of the JCC there, …

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Heart Crisis: 4 Yoga Poses to Open Your Heart Chakra

By Ashley Zeller, JCC Wellness School Manager and Yoga Instructor E-RYT® 200 Angie Finds Relief. About a year ago a new student complained of neck and shoulder pain. After a few sessions and conversations, we discovered she had recently switched from working part-time to full-time, significantly increasing the time she spent sitting at a desk in front of a computer. Her …

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Community Yoga School Graduate

Interview with Community Yoga School Graduate Emily Byas Community Yoga School instructor, Ashley Kay Zeller, a certified e-RYT® 200, talked recently with Community Yoga School graduate, Emily Byas about her experiences as a student in the inaugural 2016 class. If you’re interested in yoga teacher training, the JCC will host an Open House on Sat, Aug 27 from 5:30-7 pm. What …

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Q&A with Javan

Javan Odinga is not just a friendly face in the Mordoh Fitness Center. He is a great resource for answering any JCC member’s question from how to use certain equipment to what kinds of calories help a person maximize their workout. Similar to how a GPS device functions for a car, Javan can provide direction to help a person reach …

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Members Do 55-Mile Ride for the Living

JCC members Tom Rose and his 15-year-old son, Udi traveled to Poland to participate in The Ride for the Living on June 3. The 55-mile ride starts in Auschwitz and ends at the Krakow JCC. The event attracts people from all over the world to raise awareness and funds for Krakow’s Jewish community. In 2015, Ride For The Living participants …

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