Would you like to learn ways to help prevent cancer?
If so, then you are cordially invited to attend my new 2015 Cancer Prevention Support Group. Discover how your consumption of every day foods and the effects of certain things in your immediate surroundings can have an impact on your health. Let me enlighten your life with tips to help in prevention. I will educate you on how to still the mind and relax the body to boost your immune system.
Please join me from 6:00pm to 7:30pm on the dates listed below:
Cost —The Support Group is at no cost to cancer patients and/or survivors. For all other participants, a donation towards the cost to facilitate such support groups would be greatly appreciated. A tax receipt will be issued from Universal Oneness United Faith Canada, an organization that works to facilitate on-going Grief Support and many other support groups.
Tuesday, February 17th
Gather an understanding as to why the body becomes so toxic and the immune system becomes overburdened and breaks down. Review of where
we get toxins from in our everyday lives. Presentation of the Anti-Cancer Challenge Protocol to help you get started making these changes in your life.
Tuesday, March 17th
Part 1 — Presentation on food and what foods help you to fight off toxins and boost your immune system and which foods you need to consume less of and why.
Tuesday, April 14th
Part 2 — The key food groups to concentrate on such, as the Brassica family (cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli), potassium, antioxidants, etc.
Tuesday, May 5th
The role trauma plays on your health and well being. Introduction to the 5 phases of grief and how grief breaks down the immune system.
Tuesday, June 2nd
The healing benefits of meditation are simple and it is easy to do. Learn in this session how to still the mind, relax the body and boost the immune system.
RSVP one week before each event please: email@example.com
or call (416) 456-HELP (4357)
Location: Office of Dr. L. Marcovitz, 960 Lawrence Ave West Suite 201, Toronto
A Simple Detox Plan!
Munch ‘n’ Learn Event – Sat. March 22, 2014, 10:30am – 12:30pm
You change your car’s oil in the spring, isn’t it time you perform maintenance on your most important asset — your body! Attend this short info packed event to learn the simple steps to a cleaner and better functioning body!
- Lose excess weight
- Reduce bloating
- Improve energy
- Clearer skin
- Regular bowel movements/Improve digestion
- Increase concentration & clarity
After this Munch & Learn you will know:
- Why spring is the best time for a body detox
- How to eliminate cellulite with a body cleanse
- The amazing power of water
- The exact steps to a 3, 5, or 7 Day body detox …And so much more!
Iridology Reading Included! Learn the key areas of your body to detoxify, discover your personality type, and find out the special gift(s) you were born with!
KEYNOTE SPEAKER Alex Gellman PhD, DHM, ROHP, RNCP, RBC Alex Gellman is the Founder and Director of Toronto based Guru and Associates Wellness Inc . Established in 1996 Guru and Associates Wellness Inc has continued to keep the betterment of its patients as its main driving force. Alex is a sought after expert by print, radio and television media and can be recognized from her many television appearances such as on Style by Jury, Wedding SOS and BreakfastTelevision just to name a few.
Price includes lunch! Early Bird Ticket $28 to March 9 (Reg. price $32)
- Date & Time: Saturday March 22, 2014, 10:30am – 12:30pm
- Location: SEVEN44 Restaurant and Lounge, 744 Mt. Pleasant Rd,Toronto, M4S 2N6 (Just South of Eglinton)
Questions? Please call Yvette at 416-785-6660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To purchase tickets: http://goo.gl/NbRke4
With the new year, you’ve probably done some assessing as to how you feel physically. Whether you’ve managed to take any steps this month towards a more optimum physique or physical wellbeing, may be predicated on how you are feeling mentally.
How is your self-esteem? Are you able to keep a positive outlook? Feeling confident in general? How is your sleep? Any enlightening dreams? How’s your sex life? Do you have kids? If not, are you happy with that, and if you have offspring, how is your relationship with your child or children? Do you devote as much time to them as you think they need, and what about your needs? You may need that time with them more than you realize. How is your emotional health and are you doing anything to increase your emotional quotient?
Wow, the questions are endless and all worth contemplating but oddly enough, studies have shown that silencing all the questions through a mindful exercise of meditation can actually alleviate that nagging “seasonal affective disorder” and deeper rooted depression.
Meditation, like everything else, improves with daily practice.
And while practice makes perfect there may be more to it than that.
No less an expert than Anders Ericsson, the Florida State University psychologist whose research on expertise spawned the 10,000-hour rule of thumb, says, “You don’t get benefits from mechanical repetition, but by adjusting your execution over and over to get closer to your goal.” “You have to tweak the system by pushing,” he adds, “allowing for more errors at first as you increase your limits.”
The main predictor of success is deliberate practice – persistent training to which you give your full concentration rather than just your time, often guided by a skilled expert, coach, or mentor. It’s a qualitative difference in how you pay attention, not a quantitative measure of clocking in the hours.
There seems to be a fine line between total focus and the structured approach to letting go of focus and structure through meditation. Regardless, if you want to reap the benefits of meditation, take some coaching and then practice properly as much as possible, as regularly as possible.