Do you reminisce of the days when you took your youth for granted and now want to live the rest of your days filled with good health, delicious real food and an active lifestyle? Renowned physician, Dr. William Sears’ prestigious Prime-Time Health workshops are now being offered at Bluespot YOGA!
Our own Abra Goldman, a Dr. Sears Health and Wellness Institute certified health coach, will lead you through a four-part interactive series. Each workshop is 90 minutes. Be prepared to learn simple self-care tools and techniques designed to allow you to take charge of your own health, prevent disease, and avoid unhealthy aging. These workshops are a scientifically proven plan for feeling young and living longer.
Four 90 minute sessions to a healthier, happier YOU!
Workshop One: Open Your Internal Pharmacy
Sunday, September 23
Workshop Two: How to Make Health Your Hobby
Sunday, October 7
Workshop Three: How to Remove Waste From Your Waist
Sunday, October 21
Workshop Four: Live Without Pain and Inflammation
Sunday, November 4
$129 for series, book included
$35 per session, book not included
Why Abra is called to do this work . . .
Fitness has always been my go-to when it came to my health – until I started aging. I have always thought I could drink and eat as much as I want as long as I am exercising. Not so! Around age 38, I began to suffer from Osteoarthritis. Learning how to control the inflammation in my body in a holistic way by opening my internal pharmacy and eating the right REAL foods has helped me tremendously. What we put in our mouths plays a HUGE roll in prevention and repair as we age. I want to share this information with our students.
By providing students with a holistic approach to healthy aging we are facilitating their own health journey. What could be a bigger gift? The interactive style of these workshops will help to build community in a different way than a teacher led yoga class.
Students should wear comfortable clothes. Bring some water and pen. After I distribute the books in the first workshop students should bring it to subsequent workshops.