We Are What We Eat: Nutritional Balancing, with award-winning author Joy Feldman

WHEN: Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 6:00PM - 7:30PM
WHERE: Blithewold's Carriage House

We are all entitled to optimal health. Having energy, vitality, emotional balance, and a steady sense of joy is within your reach. Come and absorb ground-breaking information on diet, health, and nutrition. Joy Feldman will inspire, motivate, and educate during her informative lecture on nutri¬tional balancing, a new science of energy and healing that helps restore the body’s vitality and energy- producing capacity by gently balancing the body. A food-preparation demonstration will follow.

Joy Feldman is the author of the award-winning wellness guide and cookbook, Joyful Cooking in the Pursuit of Good Health. In February 2012, her children’s picture book, Is Your Hair Made of Donuts?, made its debut. Both books operate on a simple premise: we are what we eat. Copies of the books will be available to buy, and Joy will sign them if you wish. To learn more about Joy Feldman, please visit her website at: www.joyfeldman.com

Joy will be raffling off a FREE Hair Analysis worth over $290.00, plus she will give away a copy of Joyful Cooking to one lucky guest!

$12 Members, $15 Non-members

 

This event has been canceled.


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