Sisters Laura Terry and Ruth Newnam bring over 30 years of health care experience to your yoga, self care, and physical therapy practices.
Roll and Slow Flow
Every Friday 9:30-10:45am
Ongoing At the Yoga Shala
204 West Main Street in Carrboro
Taught by Ruth Newnam, registered yoga teacher, massage therapist.
$15 per class. No need to register. Just drop-in!
Slow Flow is for all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. Begin your practice with foam rolling and other self massage techniques.
Email Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Self Care Series At ClearWind Farm 2019-20
7961 Scenic Trl, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Advance registration is recommended:
Hips and Lower Body: Release and Restore (Laura)
From the ground up, yoga, self massage, and physical therapy to support your feet, knees, and hips. Release tight glutes, hip flexors, feet and calves. Find stability through the pelvis and hip joints, develop safe practices for increasing flexibility, rehabilitating from injury, and reducing the likelihood of injury. Receive access to short video practices for lower body care and recovery. $50
Hands Free Flow (Ruth)
Get off your wrists! This warming flow class takes you through challenging sequences that keep you off your wrists, protecting your elbows, shoulders, and neck. This workshop is for those of us who like challenging flow sequences without stress on the wrists and shoulders. A former swimmer and lover of sun salutations and power flow yoga, Ruth experienced shoulder pain and stability issues after breast cancer treatment. She developed several satisfying sequences that keep the breath flowing, the heart rate up, and offer a strength, stability, and endurance challenge. Modifications and rest built in to allow for a safe and challenging practice for all levels. Access a take-home video of hands-free flow practices. $35
Laura Newnam Terry
Ruth has developed a specialized blend of techniques to help heal chronic and acute pain issues and to maintain health and wellness in her clients. She blends deep tissue and relaxation techniques with a strong anatomical awareness of strength imbalances as well as areas of tightness or restriction.
She works with athletes (endurance, collegiate, and professional athletes) and clients recovering from injury, surgery, and illness, such as cancer, fibromyalgia, autoimmune issues, repetitive stress injuries, plantar fasciitis and more.
She emphasizes self care in her private practice and group yoga classes. Class offerings include instruction on foundational poses, foam rolling and self massage, joint stability work, and restorative postures.
A native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Ruth received a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and a M.A. from UNC-CH before attending the Body Therapy Institute in Silk Hope, NC, and the Dr. Vodder School lymphedema and lymphatic massage.
A Physical Therapist since 1998, Laura Terry has practiced in many different settings and with clients with a variety of problems and goals: from people with major neurological disorders and injuries to clients with chronic pain and orthopedic and muscular injuries. Her clients have goals that range from returning to athletic performance, improving balance, to relieving debilitating pain.
Laura started practicing yoga in her twenties. Her yoga practice allowed her to more fully connect her physical and emotional well being. In 2008, Laura became a yoga instructor in order to share this benefit with others and to integrate it into her Physical Therapy practice. She has specialized training and experience in yoga for athletes, yoga for seniors, yoga for breast cancer survivors, and yoga for chronic pain. Laura has her own Physical Therapy practice in Chapel Hill.
Laura earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1995 and her Masters in Physical Therapy at East Carolina University in 1998. She is the only certified practitioner of Lee Albert’s Integrated Positional Therapy (a gentle and effective manual therapy technique for neuromuscular pain) south of New York.