Do you have four minutes a day?

If so, says instructor, you can do great things with your body

Popular local fitness innovator Keith Jeffery is hosting 4 Minute Fitness workshops at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre on Oct. 24.

To improve the health of the community, Parksville Pharmasave is sponsoring an evening with Dr. Keith Jeffery to learn his 4 Minute Fitness routine.

“People may remember Jeffery teaching Easy Tai Chi over the past 30 years and his 4 Minute Fitness workshops filled many local school gyms,” said Pharmasave natural health consultant Lisa Leger.

He has spent much of the past decade travelling the world, often with his wife Krisanna, teaching his technique to thousands of people.

He has sold tens of thousands of DVDs and has certified almost 1,500 people to teach his workshops.

He wants people to “Imagine the exciting changes we would see in our community if everyone learned a simple and fun ‘four-minute-a-day’ method that could help people breathe better, increase flexibility, improve balance, sleep better, increase circulation, think positive and healing thoughts, create stronger backs and knees, feel less pain, live more optimistically, feel more focused, strengthen the immune system, feel more alive and vibrant and smile more.”


As a Parksville resident, Jeffery decided to offer the free workshop and Parksville Pharmasave owner Tammie Toriglia said she is happy to sponsor it.



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