Vibrant Aging: Creating a Healthy Life After 50
with Dr. Carrie Demers
October 1, 2015 – October 4, 2015
Thursday evening – Sunday noon
$299 (accommodations separate)
Modern society has associated the latter years of life with loss, fear, and debility. In contrast, ancient wisdom sees the potential for growth, vibrancy, and expansion as we become freed from the daily duties of work and family. Research now supports this time-honored view: that our bodies and minds are quite capable of vibrant health well into our our late decades of life.
Join us for this engaging weekend seminar where you will. . .
- Learn simple techniques for decreasing stress
- Discover ways to get a good night’s sleep
- Practice strategies proven to reduce aches and pains associated with aging
- Experience why movement matters
- Understand how to adopt an anti-inflammatory diet
- Create support for your microbiome and good digestion
- Learn methods to improve your brain function and increase mental clarity based on scientific research
- Study an easy meditation practice for beginners
Dr. Carrie Demers, a board-certified internist and integrative medicine physician for over 20 years, combines the best of Western scientific research and holistic alternative approaches into understandable and immediately useful actions for living well.
You will go home with a new understanding and appreciation for your healing capacity, and with tips and techniques to implement to keep you moving forward into your best life.
About the Presenter
Board-certified in internal medicine, Carrie Demers, MD, is a holistic physician who blends modern medicine with traditional approaches to health. After receiving her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Demers went on to study massage, homeopathy, nutrition, herbal medicine, yoga, and ayurveda. She has been the Director of the Himalayan Institute Total Health Center for the last 16 years. Widely recognized for her expertise, Dr. Demers has been interviewed by numerous magazines and newspapers and lectures nationally on holistic health and ayurveda. She is a frequent contributor to Yoga International.