Brightmore of Wilmington Hosts “Everyday Essential Wellness” – Exploring the Uses of Natural Therapies & Essential Oils as a Foundation for Whole Body Health
Date(s) - July 13, 2015
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Brightmore of Wilmington
(910) 350-1980 [email protected] http://www.BrightmoreofWilmington
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Join Brightmore of Wilmington [www.BrightmoreofWilmington.com], for “Everyday Essential Wellness” – Exploring the Uses of Natural Therapies & Essential Oils as a Foundation for Whole Body Health. Beth Mincher, CHC, AADP of Elemental Wellness [www.BethMincher.com], will share how Essential Oils provide emotional support for a variety of conditions and diseases including minor aches and pains, trouble sleeping, stress, control of blood sugar, memory issues, mental clarity, anxiety, depression, Arthritis, Neuropathy, Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Beth Mincher is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, board certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and received her training through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She focuses on helping people achieve optimal wellness through a whole body approach; emphasizing the importance of not only diet, but other factors such as: physical activity, personal relationships, career, emotional wellness, lifestyle, prevention and the use of natural therapies.
This free program is part of the community’s Brightmore University offering lifelong learning and enrichment opportunities for both residents and the public. All Wilmington area residents are invited to attend. Please RSVP by calling (910) 350-1980 by Wednesday, July 8th.
Brightmore of Wilmington is an award-winning retirement community offering a continuum of on-site lifestyle choices for people age 62+. The community places an emphasis on programming that promotes total wellness of body, mind and spirit. Partnering with local, state and national organizations, Brightmore of Wilmington offers innovative programming that creates opportunities for staying active and independent as long as possible, as well as continued growth and learning and social engagement. Earlier this year, Brightmore of Wilmington received the 2015 Best of 50+ Housing Gold Award for its Fitness & Wellness program from the National Association of Home Builders.