Join us at the next Women’s Wellness Circle to engage in an inspiring talk on the key elements in creating your “Best Life Manifesto”, led by Dr. Pam Manning. Your Best Life Manifesto is akin to a Personal Manifesto which is, “a declaration of your core values and beliefs, what you stand for, and how you intend to live your life. It functions both as a statement of principles and as a call to action.”
Although we will not be focusing on core values and beliefs this time around, your Best Life Manifesto will focus on FIVE key elements – nourish, move, relax, connect and think. It will serve to create intentional calls-to-action to help create a healthier and happier life. It is about your life, your moment and your journey. During our time together we will explore the five key elements. More about each key element:
– Nourish: To be your best, take in the best. Empower your body with goodness. We glow from the inside
– Move: We are constantly moving, be thankful for your body. We are Strong
– Relax: Make time to breath and meditate. Catch your breath and restore yourself. We let Go
– Connect: Love yourself and the people around you. Embrace our differences. We journey together
– Think: Inspire others and inspire yourself. Schedule your priorities! Dream and create.
You will leave with a completed Best Life Manifesto complete with personalized tips and action items!
Date: Friday, April 21st (yes, this coming Friday!)
Where: The Village Hive
Cost: $20 per person at the door
All supplies will be provided. Come comfortably dressed and bring your water bottle. Tea is available!
Dr. Pam Manning is a chiropractor celebrating her 20th year practicing in Markham. She chose Markham because she views it as a dynamic community that is health-conscious and aspires for improvement, values she holds herself. Having a fellowship in pediatrics, her practice is a family wellness practice. She is rich in knowledge of exercise, remedies and nutrition to compliment the roundness of good health. Her background in lecturing is extensive and includes Whole Foods, Loblaws, Shoppers Drug Mart, Kraft Canada, Phillips and many local schools, churches and community programs.