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Please join us for this rejuvenating workshop. You will discover how to add health and vitality to your years through awareness and movement including:

  • Chinese Medicine overview of lifespan and health

  • Dietary and herbal approaches to strengthen organ health

  • Sleep hygiene practices to support balanced energy

  • Mindful strategies to manage the menopausal transition

  • Simple breathing practices to rebalance your energy flow

  • Gentle stretches and flowing movement to increase your strength and flexibility

  • Meditation for building your energy reserves

Empower yourself with the wisdom to meet each moment of your life journey with resilience and compassion.


Workshop Details:
Date: Saturday, October 19, 2019
Time: 2:00-4:00pm
Location: Carrboro Yoga Company
Fee: $40/$35 before 10/12/2019

NOTE: You will be redirected to Mind Body. Locate the workshop by selecting instructor names

 


Your workshop instructors:

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Kristen Polzien, Ph.D.

Certified Health Coach 

Certified Qi Gong Instructor

kristen@seeyourwellbeing.com

www.seeyourwellbeing.com

Kristen Polzien is the founder of S.E.E. Your Wellbeing. Her programs inspire people to prioritize their self-care so they are free to enjoy Vibrant Wellbeing. Kristen guides her members to cultivate self-care habits, rooted in Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine. Kristen has a Ph.D. in exercise physiology and has devoted 20+ years to health and weight management research. She is a certified Yoga Instructor, Yoga Health Coach and Qi Gong Instructor. Kristen illuminates a path for people live a more Sensational, Engaged, Expressive life. 

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Tara Bianca Rado, MSOM, LAcLicensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist

tarabiancaacupuncture@gmail.com

www.tarabiancaacupuncture.com





Tara has been in the holistic health field since 1995. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in medical Anthropology in 2004 and received her master’s at the Acupuncture and Integrative Master’s college in Berkeley in 2015. She fell in love with Asian medicine in her early 20s when acupuncture was the one thing that healed her tendonitis. She is a mother, a gardener, a cook and an herbalist and enjoys integrating plant healing  into her life and her practice. Tara loves the deep roots of Chinese medicine and how easy it is to apply its wisdom to our everyday lives to develop preventative and connected sensibility of empowered health care. Tara maintains a private Integrative medicine practice where she offers acupuncture, bodywork, herbs and diet consults in Chapel Hill at the Women’s Birth and Wellness Center on the 3rd Floor as well as in Durham. She looks forward to sharing some of the principles of Chinese medicine with you in this workshop.