A Healthier You: Upcoming Classes, Events in July

July Classes, Events
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In July, you can learn about joint replacement surgery, yoga (and pilates) for cancer survivors, lean body cooking and tai chi and QiGong for Parkinson’s patients. And that’s only a sampling of classes and events offered this month by Hartford HealthCare.

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