The start of a new year is the perfect time to create resolutions, to improve your health, get fit and learn something new. OCLS is here to help! This five-week series features Dr. Eudene Harry, medical director for Oasis Wellness and Rejuvenation Center, as she covers a variety of topics aimed at improving your overall well-being. The series will be held on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the Orlando Public Library in the Albertson Room. For more information, please visit www.livinghealthylookingyounger.com.
Tuesday, January 22
Dr. Harry starts the series by discussing 10 simple steps you can take to live longer. In her book, How to Live Younger in 10 Simple Steps: a Practical Guide to Slowing down the Aging Process from the Inside Out she shows how probiotics, exercise, stress and nutrition interact to control health, weight and personal radiance. A book sale and signing will follow the program.
Weight LossAdd this event to your calendar!
Tuesday, January 29
Learn how to identify the underlying imbalances that make maintaining a healthy weight challenging.
Hormonal RejuvenationAdd this event to your calendar!
Tuesday, February 5
Balancing hormones can help provide a feeling of well-being and reduce hot flashes. Learn the benefits of hormonal therapy.
Facial RejuvenationAdd this event to your calendar!
Tuesday, February 12
Our skin is at the mercy of many negative forces as we age. Discover how you can combat these negative effects and eliminate the signs they leave behind.
Integrative Holistic MedicinesAdd this event to your calendar!
Tuesday, February 19
Integrative Holistic Medicine combines the best of conventional medicine and evidence-based medicine to achieve a natural balance that enables the healing process. Find out more about how these alternative practices can lead to a healthier you!
10 Simple Steps
Oasis Rejuvenation Center
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