Neurobion, in its goal to alleviate neuropathy symptoms, developed the Neuromotion Moves which is a 2 minute long set of exercises that can give our nerves a break and can be done by anyone, anytime, anywhere – even in the office where hard working Filipinos spend most of their time.
The Neuromotion Moves was developed by Neurobion in partnership with fitness and health personality Coach Jules Aquino, a multisport athlete and a product of the UP Diliman College of Human Kinetics.
Hosted by Gelli Victor, the Neuromotion Moves was launched launched last Thursday at Whitespace Makati with a live demonstration performed by internationally renowned Filipino dance groups A-Team and Legit Status.
The event also served as a venue for guests to learn more about nerves and a condition called neuropathy from expert Dr. Romula Esagunde, MD, FPNA
Neuropathy is described as a set of symptoms resulting from damages in our peripheral nerves – symptoms such as numbness or loss of sensation (pamamanhid), muscle weakness (pangangalay), tingling/pins and needles (tusok-tusok), burning sensation (pag-iinit), and muscle cramps (pamumulikat).
All of which can be managed with a regular supplementation of B Complex vitamins like Neurobion partnered with some clinically designed exercises such as The Neuromotion Moves.
“Work schedules can give us little time to care for our health. Knowing this, Neurobion developed The Neuromotion moves for the workforce that anyone can do, in the office or at home, that can give our nerves a break in a fun, exciting and memorable way.” Said Ming Arroyo-Cunanan, Marketing Head of Merck Inc. “The Neuromotion moves can help us worry less about our nerves and give us more time to do other things” she added.
Here’s a quick look at The Neuromotion Moves as performed live during the launch:
“We wanted as many people as possible to be familiar with The Neuromotion moves so we collaborated with a recognized fitness personality and top visual performers to create an unforgettable show.” Loy Dy-Buncio, Neurobion’s Brand Manager said. “People who watch the performance will definitely remember The Neuromotion nerve care moves. It’s only 2 minutes long and can be done by anyone anywhere.”
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