Dr. Jaspreet Mundeir, ND will give you information about foods that may be causing inflammation in your body and why inflammation is important in certain circumstances. She will also teach you what can contribute to inflammation and how we can control it through nutritional supplements and diet.
Anna Dornier, founder of Transform FX Fitness Bootcamp, will show you simple exercises you can do at home, at work or before and after your chosen sporting activity that will help you become faster, stronger, and more resilient in performing daily activities or increase your performance with your chosen sport.
Most of the time, it takes more than being mindful of your form to break bad exercise form because of structural changes that have occurred in our joints and muscle over time. Performing these drills/exercises is one of the fastest, easiest ways to undo your bad habits when it comes to nutrition, exercise form and posture.
This workshop is for you if you feel even if you have slight pain in your:
Join us if you’re looking to:
In this FREE, 2 hour workshop, you will learn how to perform drills with precision and find out which drills work best for you and your body.
Here are the details:
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Transform FX Fitness Bootcamp Studio
1865 Adobe St Unit B
Concord, CA 94520
Cost: FREE (Feel free to bring a friend and share the gift of health)
Sign up HERE
Dr. Jaspreet Mundeir, ND is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor practicing in the East Bay Area. She is the owner of East Bay Natural Medicine where she focuses on helping patients achieve their optimal health state using homeopathy, hydrotherapy, nutritional supplements, botanical medicine and bio-identical hormones.
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