Date: 28 October, 2017
Venue: Battleground Library
FREE to the general public
With all the confusing health messages how do you know what’s really true? You study what those who live longest across the world who have different cultural preferences and different creeds to see what they have in common. It may surprise you to know that it’s not what we are commonly lead to believe keeps us healthy.
Price: FREE to members and $8.00 drop-in fee for others (pay at front desk)
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: Please note, this event will be video-recorded
Please note this presentation may be recorded. Open to women interested in finding out more about Soroptmists. Soroptimist International is a global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Please call Claudia Ross (at 951-313-6969) for more information about attending this event .
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Have you ever wondered what Centenarians (those people who live healthy lives with all their mental faculties in tact to over 100) don't do that we're told are health measures in the USA? You'll be astonished to discover what are told are health measures are often NOT what those people who live longest are doing!
What's the benefit to your body, your brain and your biology to keep living and active lifestyle? How does this contribute to your health and longevity? FREE and open to the public - this talk may be recorded.
Want to know how those who live to over 100 do it? How they keep their hearts, their brains, their immune systems and their bodies young and healthy? Open and free to the public, please let your friends and family know.
Date: September 5th, 2017
Time: 2.30- 3.30pm
Venue: The Ballroom at Fairway Village, Vancouver, WA
This event is a FREE Vancouver community event.
Date: July 14th, 2017
Place: Firstenburg community Center on 136th street (in the community room - turn left through entrance and walk all the way to the end)
Time: 12.30 - 1.30pm
As I study the lives of Centenarians (those people around the globe who live to over 100) to see what they have in common across cultures and creeds, I’ve isolated about 45 things they do that I believe keep them so young and healthy. Many of their healthy ways of being are things we seldom hear mentioned in the same breath as health and oddly, much of what we’re sold as ways of being healthy they don’t practice.
Here are a few:
So…..if you want to start your own personal campaign to revolutionize your health plan and age well here’s where to start: wear a quirky hat (the more outrageous and fun, the better) and dress up and dance at Esther Short Park on August 17th at the sunset concert (from 6-8pm) sponsored by the Riverview Community Bank. Feel free to bring anything you want to eat and drink and join the pic-nickers. Scout out, and connect with fellow hatters, swop your ‘hat’ stories and dance to the ’60's to today music’ of Coolade! The more the merrier, so invite everyone you know, young and old. I dare your hat to be a little ‘out there!’ Then mingle and make some new friends.
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