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17 February 2018: Women’s Health (Health Info for Women) – Hermanus

We are calling all ladies to take action….this is your time to take care of yourself!

Take charge of your epigenetics – healthy choices can change the expression of your DNA – you are not a victim of your genes!

Join Dr Arien (as heard on RSG; as seen on TV- KykNET; Real Health on The Home Channel) for a meaningful workshop exploring many ways to wellness, from mind to body, from thoughts to DNA. 

Dr Arien’s workshop at Fernkloof Nature Reserve is an ideal setting, to introduce through practical examples and active audience participation. Dr Arien will provide insights into the natural, integrative, medical approach to Women’s Health.

Date: Saturday, 17 February 2018

Venue: Fernkloof Nature Reserve Hermanus

Time: 9h30 – 13h000

Price: Normal price: R450 per person; NOW ONLY R360. Your ticket includes the following: Refreshments; Goody bag for women’s health; Creative material & Plenty of time for Q & A’s. Payment essential to book your seat.

Pay via PayFast with your card or pay via EFT (please refer banking details below) to reserve your seat:

Pay

Banking details: FNB Cheque Account; Account Name: Health Stress Management Gauteng (Pty) Ltd; Account number: 621 327 190 66; Branch code: 252 045 (00); Branch: Brooklyn; Reference: Initials & Surname_17Feb; Email proof of payment to info@drarien.co.za

For enquiries please contact us on info@DrArien.co.za or 0123622422

Presentation: Click here for Dr Arien’s presentation for this workshop

More info:

Practical epigenetics (practical techniques to improve women’s health on a mental, emotional and physical level):

  • Herbal remedies, spices and micronutrients for women’s health: 
    • Sleep
    • Memory & concentration
    • Menopause
    • PMS
    • Mood
  • Women: Breast & Heart Health
  • Women & Stress: relaxation techniques to manage stress & anxiety
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