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50+ Aging Well Seminar

January 20th 9:30-12:30

Are you tired of hearing all the stories about AGING?  Let’s explore the concept of getting “Younger Next Year”!  This three-hour workshop will include teaching, awareness and awakening to how you can feel younger and look fantastic while using only the tools at hand.  Basic fitness techniques will be discussed along with a lesson on antioxidants and free radicals and the challenges in your body!  Watch for more details in the upcoming weeks. 


This seminar will be facilitated by West Hill's Cynthia Breadner.

Cynthia is a graduate of Laurentian University with a BA Hons in Gerontology and Religious Study.  She graduated 2013 from Emmanuel College with an M.Div. which has sparked her passion for spiritual care.  Matthew Fox defines Spirituality as “our everyday experiences of depth and deeper meaning and the connection that they carry.  Spirituality is present wherever we undergo or observe deeply”.   She has worked with aging adults for many years teaching and growing her understanding of optimal aging.  To age well is to do so with purpose and passion.  Cynthia is a mother of two, grandmother of two, an avid runner and triathlete, a health and fitness instructor with a passion for sharing and teaching.  The culmination of her experience and training combined with her supercharged personality make her fun and approachable.

Register in the lobby of call the office to save a seat.


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