We are trying to get and stay healthy but it can seem overwhelming. There is so much different and often conflicting advice and information available. I really wish to assist you in taking charge of your health by making some informed choices.
What you will learn:
- How to heal from the inside. If you suffer from cancer, IBS, auto immune disease, sinus, asthma, hives, allergies, weight, diabetes, inflammation, Chrones, Colitis, flatulence and bloating or a compromised immune system then this workshop is for you.
- Understand various symptoms and diseases and how to take back control of these.
- Understand what is your Microbiome and how healing your gut can heal your life.
- This talk includes a demonstration of our Wellness Made Easy programme. Please note you will only be able to join our wellness programme and reap the benefits once you have attended one of these monthly talks.
Space is limited to 20 people so please make sure you confirm asap.
Speakers: Specialised Kinesiologist Gillian O’Shea, Nutritional Therapist Elize Rehbock, and Colon Hydrotherapist Yvonne Mangoenyane.
Where: 91/3 Northfolk Road, Carlsworld, A.H, Midrand
How much: R50 for refreshments
Space is limited to 20 people so please make sure you confirm your booking asap email@example.com
about our Wellness Made Easy Programme
Join us in a FREE workshop which includes notes, a goodie bag and a demonstration of our new Wellness programme. You will learn to understand various symptoms and diseases and how to take back control of these. Space is limited to 20 people so please make sure you confirm your booking asap.
More about our Wellness Made Easy Programme
Yussuf Hassan of Cocopure spent 13 years of his youth in the Island of Zanzibar where the staple food is coconut. As a child together with others, he used to often climb coconut trees after school. ‘You need to be strong in the mind and body. It takes concentration, you have to plan every move and anticipate: The tree can fall and the wind can twist and swing it like a bucking bronco. Rats bite, you catch them sometimes in the top eating coconuts. You can tire and lose a grip, a foot can slip, the tree can be smooth with no grip.’ In Zanzibar diabetes is unheard of among those people who eat traditional diets. But when they abandon their native foods and adapt Western ways, disease of all types surface. The coconut palm is the tree of Life, because of its many different uses. These include: coconut sap (toddy) as a source of sugar, vinegar as alcohol; coconut water as a delicious, non-alcoholic beverage or vinegar and substitute for blood plasma in emergency surgical operations; coconut oil for cooking, as milk and cream, and for making soap, as diesel fuel, for lighting, for making candles; coir fibre for ropes and mats, cocopeat for horticulture; shell for buttons, decorative carving, burnt as a fuel and for charcoal; wood from the coconut stem for furniture and construction purposes; leaves for decoration and as a thatching material; finally the heart of the palm as vegetable salad (millionaire’s salad). He started Cocopure Manufacturing and Distributors in 2007 to bring this beneficial product to the consumers of South Africa.