Women’s Wellness Wednesdays are coming to Arundel, Quebec.
A series of presentations will focus on the health and wellbeing of women, beginning on Wednesday, January 23, with BMO Financial and Investment Specialist Karine Besner speaking about, “Is Your Wealth Healthy?”
On February 6, Sue Rich will speak about essential oils and their effect on health.
A book presentation and discussion of a book by James Hollis on finding meaning in the second half of your life will take place on February 20; this will be moderated by Jill Grumbache.
On February 27, the topic will be menopause, aging and sexuality, presented by Leslie Wartman and then on March 13, Marco Vinicio Castillio will present mindfulness and women’s wellbeing.
The series wraps up on March 20 with Jodi Duplisea; her topic is, “Natural Wellness Therapies and Help for Chronic Pain.”
The presentations take place from 10 a.m. to noon and include the presentation, discussion, coffee, tea and treats. Admission is free and the series takes place at the Arundel Community Centre, located at 2 Chemin White in Arundel. The series is organized by 4 Korners.
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