Join KIHC’s Dr. Angela Hunt ND and Physiotherapist Christine Campbell for their integrative health series for proactive women. This series is designed to empower women to effectively address targeted aspects of their physical, mental and emotional wellness. Topics include heart health, healthy weight, fatigue, insomnia, strength, pain, exercise, arthritis, and stress management.
Please enjoy one or more of the following four workshops. Workshop participants are asked to contribute a $5 donation to a local charity. Please call KIHC to register, as space is limited.
Strong Heart & Healthy Weight
Tuesday, February 28th at 6:30 pm
Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women in Canada? This often overlooked issue in women’s health is subject to many risk factors that are entirely preventable or reversible. This talk is great for those concerned about heart issues, healthy weight, or who have a significant family history of heart disease. We will explore hormonal aspects of heart disease, and discuss cholesterol, diet, and exercise plans.
Energy, Fatigue and Sleep
Tuesday, March 21st at 6:30 pm
Tired of feeling tired? With so many possible causes for fatigue it can feel overwhelming figuring out what to do. Let’s try to uncomplicate things. This talk is a step by step exploration of the different underlying reasons women feel exhausted, whether physical, hormonal, mental or emotional. Our goal is give you practical information to implement right away to start feeling better. Understanding the root cause is key – come learn how to do that!
Strength & Pain in Osteoarthritis
Thursday, April 20th at 6:30 pm
Chronic pain is one of the top reasons for reduced quality of life. There are many approaches to managing pain and preventing osteoarthritis. We will be discussing osteoarthritis prevention and treatment, while also addressing bone health. Come learn about how to prevent and treat chronic pain naturally.
Stress & Well Being
Tuesday, May 16th at 6:30 pm
It is estimated that stress is the reason for 80% of medical doctor visits. When trying to understand the root cause, stress is usually a significant factor. We will be discussing stress management techniques, different physical signs of stress and how to prevent stress overload. Your adrenals play a big role in stress management – come find out how to keep them healthy.