Your love life, your diet, and your health. What do these three things have in common?
It turns out your health, diet, and love life are deeply intertwined. Each affects the other, and when one is out of balance, the others slowly erode as well. Please join us at Functional Longevity Institute for four exciting talks with guest speakers, Christine Jones, Amy Wong, Tara Hannon, and special guest, Jessica Flanigan.
Please note that seating is limited. Except as noted below, most events are $10 per attendee and open to a maximum of 20 guests.
Your Romantic Relationships: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
You love romance. You love being loved. But what happens when things go awry? Unfortunately, this happens all too often. In this two-part series, you will discover three quick and effective ways to potentially enhance your relationship and improve your overall well-being.
Presented by Christine Jones, enjoy this presentation about the good, the bad, and the ugly of romance over two evenings, February 24th and March 3rd, and learn about how your romantic relationships directly impact your health.
About Christine Jones — Christine is a Bowen Therapist, instructor, and relationship coach. With more than 25 years of experience, she seeks to improve not only her own wellbeing, but that of her clients. Learn more about Christine HERE
Dates: 6:30-8:30pm, Tuesdays, February 24th and March 3rd
Following Through on Commitments, presented by Amy Wong
A month and a half have gone by since New Year’s Eve. Did you set resolutions, goals, and good intentions for 2015? If so, like most Americans, you may have already found it difficult to follow through. Find out why and what you can do about it on March 10th at 6:30pm when life coach, Amy Wong, presents Following Through on Commitments.
How is that we start out excited and motivated yet fail to accomplish our goals? We approach the new year with unbridled enthusiasm and a desire to achieve all of our wildest goals. Fast forward a few weeks and your enthusiasm has fizzled and waned. You may still have your goals in mind, but how often are you actually taking actions to achieve them? Join us for Amy’s talk to learn more about motivation, follow-through, and how to achieve your goals while preserving your energy and excitement.
About Amy Wong — Amy holds an M.A. in Transpersonal Psychology and combines her education with extensive experience in corporate and personal coaching to help her clients achieve a life lived “Always on Purpose.” Amy’s quest is to help her clients uncover their inner purpose and put it to work to build the lives of their dreams. Learn more HERE
Dates: 6:30-8:30pm, Tuesday, March 10th
Edible Gardening in the Spring
What if selecting healthy groceries was as simple as walking out your back (or front) door? What if a healthy selection of greens, fruits, and vegetables was at your fingertips year round? They can be. Learn how an edible spring garden may help improve your health and the health of your family. On April 7th, at 6:30pm, Tara Hannon guides us through topics such as natural pest control, soil fortification, and companion planting, to help you not only keep your yard healthy but also your family through the art of edible spring gardening.
An edible garden is not only healthy, but also beautiful and delicious. It is also a great project to bring together the family and share healthy habits. This talk is for novice and seasoned gardeners alike, as well as everyone in between.
About Tara Hannon — Tara Hannon is an environmental sciences expert, helping her clients, both businesses and individuals, to live in a way that utilizes environmental factors to improve health and wellbeing. Her methods are simple and effective, making a critical impact on physical and mental health. Learn more HERE
Dates: 6:30-8:30pm, Tuesday, April 7th
And, our special event: The Loving Diet Workshop
We have the special honor of hosting Jessica Flanigan of AIPlifestyle.com for a four-hour workshop on The Loving Diet. Jessica will walk us through uncovering you hidden gifts and the messages hiding behind your health struggles.
At times, it may feel like your life is working against you, holding you back from achieving your goals and experiencing good health. What if you could transform your experience to one of unlimited abundance, even in the presence of chronic illness? How do low-inflammatory diets such as the Autoimmune Paleo Diet (AIP) impact your health and promote healing? Is it possible to talk about these issues with your loved ones and those involved in your health care in order to get the support you need? Jessica will guide us through these complex topics and more, helping you to understand the intersection of health, diet, and relationships.
About Jessica Flanigan — Jessica Flanigan has been a clinical nutritionist for 17 years and has numerous certifications from studying under Datis Kharrazian, a leader in the fields of functional medicine, functional neurology, and nutrigenomics. Jessica works with individual clients as well as healthcare practitioners to help transform lives from just barely coping with chronic illness to thriving despite health struggles. Learn more HERE
Dates: 1:00-5:00pm, Saturday, March 21st
Cost: Please refer to Jessica’s Eventbrite link for RSVP and cost details
Limited to 10 attendees (sign up early!)
Reserve your space and mark your calendar now
Space for each event is limited so please call (916)550-0567 to reserve your seat today. Our talks will be held at the Functional Longevity Institute office at 2628 El Camino Avenue, Suite C-1 in Sacramento.
Can’t make it to one of these presentations? Never fear, we post regular updates on our Facebook page . We also invite you to call us at (916)550-0567 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Andrea Rosario or Dr. Lisa Medel to evaluate your health concerns and how functional medicine, functional neurology, nutrigenomics, or neuroendocrine immunology might fit into your lifestyle.