You don’t want to miss out on any of the great offerings at Health and Wellness Fair

Family Health and Wellness Fair runs March 31 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.



Seminars in the Garry Oaks Room:

• 10:15 Laughter Yoga: Sherry Konigsberg and Holly Carnegie Letcher

• 11:30 You Can Prevent Cancer – NOW!:  Dr. John Cline M.D., Cline Medical Centre

• 1 p.m. Talk to The Doctor:  Dr. Clair Biglow, family practitioner with the Oceanside Division of Family Practice, Primrose Medical Clinic.

• 2:30 From Natural Medicine to Medicine of the Individual:  Dr. Doug Kuramoto, Naturopathic Physician.



Workshops in the Maples Room:

• 10:30 Talk To The Doctor:  Dr. Hugh Fletcher, family practitioner with the Oceanside Division of Family Practice, Beach Medical Clinic.

• 11:45 Arthritis 101:  Cari Taylor, The Arthritis Society, BC and Yukon Division.

• 1 p.m. Transforming Self-Judgment into Self-Acceptance: Learn to Become Your Own Best Friend — Gudrun Eichhorst, EFT & matrix reimprinting practitioner, The Oaktree Energy Medicine Centre.

• 2:15 Boosting Your Libido: Kim Switnicki, sex and intimacy coach.


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