Introduction to Nutritional Therapy – How to Find Your Keys to Vibrant Health with Laura Villanti, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified GAPS Practitioner
Monday, February 8, 2016 (6:30 – 8:30 pm)
Do you ever ponder the following?
- How come there is so much conflicting information out there on diet and nutrition?
- What foods are really best for me?
- What comprises nutrient dense properly prepared foods?
- How come I am challenged with losing weight even with a great diet and sufficient exercise?
- What are some simple steps I can take for myself and my family that will get us on a better path to health?
- What are the most important food and nutritional foundations to focus on to attain more vibrant health?
- How do the core nutritional foundations affect my sleep, energy, brain sharpness, memory, mood, metabolism, skin, learning and attention, endocrine (thyroid, adrenals, female hormones), immune system strength and more?
- How to know what nutrients are lacking in your diet?
Join us as we learn the nutritional foundations for vibrant health with Laura Villanti. Laura is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and a Certified GAPS Practitioner. She is active in the community as a volunteer chapter leader for the Weston A Price Foundation, an international, non-profit nutritional foundation. Her practice is At Home With Wellness, LLC which provides nutritional therapy, digestive health and optimal wellness consulting and education.
Laura has spent the past decade teaching and sharing with others the importance of nutrition for our health. She attends multiple conferences each year on the subject of nutrition, optimal health, natural health and organic food production. Her focus is on the use of nutrient dense whole foods and optimizing digestive health so as to aid clients in achieving vibrant health. She has trained with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride on the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) protocol and has taught this protocol to hundreds over the past 8 years. Most recently, Laura became certified as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Her work ties together the important elements of a properly prepared, nutrient dense diet along with the primary nutritional foundations for vibrant health and the roadmap for improved and optimal digestion. It really all comes together. You can learn more about Laura and her practice at www.athomewithwellness.com
Benefits of Rough Play with Early Childhood Educator and Specialist, Drew Beeman of Progressive Early Learning
Monday, March 14, 2016 (6:30 – 8:30 pm)
Come listen to Early Childhood Educator and Specialist, Drew Beeman, speak about the power of play for children, specifically focusing on the benefits of rough and tumble play. Drew will explain how learning is taking place when children roughhouse and give some advice and ideas about roughhousing with your children.
Drew Beeman, Founder and Director of Progressive Early Learning, is an Early Childhood Educator and Specialist with over twelve years experience working in child care and preschool classrooms. He believes very strongly in the power of play, and is an advocate for play based learning. His training presentations are fun, interactive, and informational, with the intent to include evidence based practice as new information becomes available. He provides services to children and families as well as services to child care and preschool programs in the Rochester area. For more information about learning through play and about Progressive Early Learning, visit www.ProgressiveEarlyLearning.com.