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Side By Side Saturdays: Exercise and the Whole Body

May 13 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

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An event every 2 weeks that begins at 9:30 am on Saturday, happening 2 times

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The St. Vincent de Paul ministry is hosting a series of interactive events which will allow participants to focus on personal wellness and building connections within the community.

A key focus of these events is to allow members of the Basilica congregation and guests of the SVdP ministries to participate together, side by side.

No registration is required. Consider joining us at one, or a few or all of these sessions with Bill Easter on Exercise and the Whole Body. Explore the benefits of physical actively on the systems of the body and learn why correct posture is important.

  • May 13 – located in the School Great Hall (building north of church) 
  • May 27 – located in the Teresa of Calcutta Hall, Lower Level 

Bill Easter is the owner of Satori-Integrative Physical Therapy, LLC since 2008.  He attended Iowa State University, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles School of Physical Therapy and the University of Minnesota.  He also attended Augsburg College and the Center for Integrative Manual Therapy.

For more information or if you are interested in serving as a volunteer leader for one of these events, please contact Julia.


The Basilica of Saint Mary
1600 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403 United States

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Phone: 612.333.1381
Website: https://www.mary.org

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