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  1. Interested in feeling better and discovering a healthier relationship with food? Book a nutrition consultation with a nutrition clinical intern at MUIH’s Natural Care Center. My name is Lucy Ruetiman and I am a clinical intern practicing under clinical faculty supervision at Maryland University of Integrative Health in Laurel, MD. I am eager to work together with you to support your health and well-being. Evening and weekend appointments available! Initial consultations are $70 for a 2-hour session. This is an amazing value as initial consultations can cost anywhere from $150-$300. Contact me to book your nutrition consultation today! lruetiman@muih.edu or 732-567-6587 Save $25 with the attached coupon when you book an appointment before March 15th Natural Care Center Maryland University of Integrative Health 7750 Montpelier Road Laurel, MD 20723 http://muih.edu/ncc NCC Coupon.pdf
  2. Why do you do what you do? This seemingly innocuous string of words may strike the ear softly, but full consideration swiftly spirals into deep existential reflections. It is tempting to map it as a standard vocational query at first, but that would be an unfortunate oversimplification. Professional actions, even for the most extreme workaholic, would be captured in a modest slice of the pie chart for a lifetime of doing. No, this question is applicable to every decision made, conscious or subconscious, no matter how minute, and even the decision-making processes themselves. Now that the enormity of the implicational iceberg is in full view, where to begin? View dates and register here (Free): http://www.eventbrite.com/o/questioning-matters-9131387384
  3. Do you know someone who has suffered a heart attack or a stroke? Are you looking for ways to fight cardiovascular diseases? The American Heart Association needs the time and talent of volunteers like you to help us create a healthier world, free of heart disease and stroke. Whatever your capabilities and interests are, we can find a volunteer opportunity that's right for you. From supporting fundraising events to increasing awareness in your community to advocating for better health care, there are many ways you can help. To to learn more or to get involved, please contact our local office at 703-248-1700 or visit our website at www.heart.org. You may also email us at Joellen.Brassfield@heart.org to receive information on our current and upcoming volunteer opportunties. Thank you for your interest in supporting our lifesaving mission.
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    Georgetown Yoga--New Workshops

    Georgetown Yoga, at 29 and P St NW, in conjunction with Dharma Life Coaching will be hosting two weekend workshops at the end of October. Discover Your Dharma (Life/Career Path) and Taste the Season! Read below for workshop descriptions. Saturday, October 27 at 12Noon, at Georgetown Yoga Register: http://gtowndiscoveryourdharma.eventbrite.com Uncover your life’s purpose. The Bhagavad Gita says that we can only do what we each were uniquely meant to do. Each of us has our own set of criteria or roadmap for what makes a fulfilling career or vocation. Come explore and create what makes up that path for you. Through yoga, meditation, goal setting, and coaching, you will create the purpose and career you want so as to have the life you were meant to have. (Complimentary mat avail at Georgetown Yoga, and wear comfortable clothes to move around in).What you’ll do in this workshop: Look at what you’ve done successfully in your past Write a new script for where you want to be Identify the gap between where you area and where you’re going Make a tangible plan to attain and accomplish your goals Sunday October 28 at 2:30PM, Georgetown Yoga Register: http://gtowntastetheseason.eventbrite.com The change we experience throughout the seasons of the year and the seasons of our lives can impact us dramatically. Knowing what foods, supplements, and healthy lifestyle choices we can make to temper the effects of change can be very powerful and can keep us on the road to a happy, healthy life–even when it seems that everything around us is changing. In this workshop you will learn to: Understand which foods support your mind and body during transitory times Learn how to set healthy priorities and goals for yourself Explore mindful eating habits Create a vision for the future Join us for an afternoon of demonstrations, interactive discussion, and coaching tools that will enable you to face the season change, and any change you experience, with ease and balance.
  5. The American Heart Association invites you to participate in the 2012 Greater Washington Heart Walk here in our nation's capital. On November 10, 2012 over 12,000 residents from the Metropolitan Washington, DC area will come together at Nationals Park to raise awareness and funds to help fight heart disease and stroke. Heart Walk presents a wonderful opportunity for you or your group to get involved in the battle against cardiovascular disease, the No. 1 killer of all Americans. Activities including a health expo and entertainment begin at 8:00 a.m. and the walk steps off from the Center Field gate at 9:30 a.m. There are a number of volunteer opportunities available for the day of this exciting event including course marshals, set up, sponsor assistance and more. Most volunteers will be needed somewhere between 7:00 a.m. and noon. Volunteers must be 18 or older or be accompanied by an adult. Drinks and snacks will be available throughout the morning. We also need volunteers to assist with set up the day prior to the event. To sign up to volunteer, go to http://www.greaterwashingtonheartwalk.org and click on Volunteer Registration on the left side of the home page. From there you can view a list of available opportunities and choose your assignment based on your interests and availability. For more information contact us at Joellen.Brassfield@heart.org or call 703-248-1784.
  6. The University of the District of Columbia’s (UDC) College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES) is hosting the second “International Urban Sustainability Action Summit” on April 27-29. The theme for this year is "Food and Water; Sustainable Waste Reclamation." The event will bring together experts, grassroots leaders and members of the community who are interested in exchanging information and finding out more about fair and equal access to healthy food options in the urban environment. The Friday session will occur at the UDC Fine Arts Theater and feature a variety of speakers and panelist and a free mini-film festival. The Saturday and Sunday Sessions will feature on-farm demonstrations at Muirkirk Farm in Beltsville, MD. For more Information or to register for the event go to: http://www.udc.edu/causes/usas.htm
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