Rowing to Recovery
Ready, Row! USA #84: Rowing to Recovery
We all know that rowing is low-impact, requires mindfulness and focus, builds physical strength and stamina. For recovery from breast cancer to physical injury to addiction to PTSD and other aspects of mental health, rowing is uniquely suited as a tool to regain and maintain a healthy mind and body.
For this episode, we’ll be talking with experts from programs like Recovery on Water, Head of the Charles Regatta, Row for the Cure to see how they leverage these benefits to achieve recovery from physical and mental challenges.
Guest host Ami Mehr, Head of the Charles Regatta race director, talks with panelists Kathy Frederick of Row for the Cure and Maggie Dwyer, Recovery on Water (ROW). October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. #pinktheboathouse #rowforthecure #recoveryonwater
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- Head of the Charles Regatta
- Recovery on Water
- Row for the Cure
- Sponsor: Science of Rowing
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