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"Program offers recreational therapy for vets" JBLM NW Guardian Newspaper, 3/30/18

http://www.nwguardian.com/2018/03/29/29887/program-offers-recreational-therapy.html

 

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STrength Coach Roundtable, Episode 9

Strength Training For Adaptive Rowing. CLICK HERE for the podcast, plus related videos and materials.

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LWRC E-Bulletin, 2/6/17

Short mention of our first winter training season at LWRC.

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LWRC "Making waves" quarterly News, 6/17

An in-depth re-cap of Seize The Oar's current programs, written by rower Erin Martin.

 Photo Credit:  BLAVKA PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo Credit: BLAVKA PHOTOGRAPHY

Before We Flew Like Birds, We Flew Like Clouds, March 2017

An audience activated installation illuminating the experiences of four humans with extraordinary relationships to their bodies – an astronaut, a professional athlete, a survivor of a near death experience and a differently abled person – using Virtual Reality films, prerecorded and live music staged inside a floating, immersive set of star-like objects. 

Watch STO Athlete Michael Grady's video here (by Sandy Cioffi of Fearless 360: 

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KNKX RAdio spot, 6/17

Preceding our first rowing & sailing event with Sail Sand Point and Paralyzed Veterans of America, local NPR-affiliate KNKX interviewed Coach Tara and ran this short spot.

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October 2017

Team #TinyMighty was featured in a blog post and photo shoot with an interview with Coach Tara.  We had a fun day on the water sporting TomboyX gear and getting a good workout in!

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December 2017

End of the year issue of MAKING WAVES from Seize The Oar partner Lake Washington Rowing Club features an article by Coach Tara on local rower and Paralympian Natalie McCarthy.