Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Passport to Wellness 2 Health Fair; Seniors Co-ordinating Society Strategic Planning; and Getting More Efficient.

Sunny days and warm weather – it is April at its best.  

The CFHC is pleased to present our Passport to Wellness11 Health Fair on Saturday, April 16,2016 at 518 Lake Street in Nelson B.C.

The Wellness Fair doors open at 9:45 and the first two sessions begin at 10. There will be 2 sessions beginning every hour on the hour, so join us for a day of interactive sessions and information.

There will be sessions on the Fight against Cancer with Mia Gardiner and Active Treatments for Chronic Pain with Dr. Joel Kalia, Jennifer Potts, and Camela Cowan from the Rise BC Wellness Centre at 10 am.

At 11am. Essential oils made Easy with Shauna Robertson and Nelson Hospice “Let’ talk about dying and grieving in our community” given by Morag Reid are the 2 sessions.

Come at 12 and learn about Clinical Hypnosis from Jakalin Mcgregor and The future of Primary Health Care – Meeting the Challenge.   – Dr. Lee McKay and Ed.  Andrew Earnshaw (Kootenay boundary Division of Family Practice)

At 1:00 pm. Somatic Psychotherapy – Skills for Resolving Trauma from the Body up – Sandy McLean and Cardiovascular Disease – Using Blood Type Science to Personalize Treatment and Prevention by Dr. Loren Kozak are the sessions on tap.

Attachment Theory – A Map for Transforming Relationship Distress –Sandy McLean and Breakout – a Mental Health session for parents, youth and coaches by Sean Dooley will be on at 2 pm

 Beginning at 3 pm will be Mid- Life Transitions: Hormones and their effects on our overall health – Mark McBride – Pharmasave and
Autoimmune Disease and HPA Axis Dysfunction – How stress may be affecting your health by Dr. Andre Kirsten will round out our day.

There are also 18 manned tables and kiosks for you to visit and get information on a wide variety of health related topics.

Coffee, tea, water and snacks will be available, and for everyone who fills in a feedback form, a chance to win an awesome door prize.

Join us on Saturday for this FREE Community event!!

  • The CFHC Board was pleased to receive a $2900 rebate from Fortis for replacing our HVAC system. It felt good to be rewarded for upgrading our system to a more sustainable and efficient one.

  • The Seniors Co-ordinating Society is having a Strategic Planning Session in early May to chart their course for the next years.  This event will be supported by the CBT. 

It is bustling down at Community First Health Co-op and we are all in the spring mood... with tulips blossoming in the garden!

Cheers for this month,

Eric and Marion 

Tuesday, 5 April 2016