Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Accent on Wellness-THE LOOK-GREAT, FEEL-FABULOUS, NEVER-AGE LIFESTYLE!
THE LOOK-GREAT, FEEL-FABULOUS,
with Victoria Moran
Monday, July 19, 2010
7 pm - 9 pm
18 East 23 Street
@ Madison Avenue
No Reservations Accepted
Please arrive early to reserve your seat and enjoy a delicious raw food meal!
Fee: $15 Cash Paid at the door
How would you like to defy the odds by looking and feeling better than ever, and living with a level of vitality most people don't realize is possible? You can, with the revolutionary M-E-N-D program from Oprah-featured author and holistic health counselor Victoria Moran, CHHC, AADA. This is a way to "mend your ways" and undo past discretions as you go forward into your healthiest, most vibrant life via:
· Meditation - Did you know that regular meditators are twelve years younger physiologically than non-meditators?
· Exercise - Movement tells your cells you're engaged in life & worth taking care of
· Nourishment - A high-raw, high-green, high-energy way of eating
· Detox - Easy ways to help your body lessen its toxic load
Whether you're a couch-loving junk-food devotee, or a super-fit vegan who's into raw foods, you'll get tons of useful information and inspiration from this entertaining and content-packed presentation.
Victoria Moran, CHHC, AADA, is a two-time Oprah-featured author, a certified holistic health counselor and life coach, motivational speaker, radio host, and corporate spokesperson. A longtime vegan, Moran has maintained a 60-pound weight loss for twenty-six years; and she has been on the high-raw path since 2005. Her books include the best-selling Creating a Charmed Life (in 29 languages and quoted on boxes of Celestial Seasonings teas), the rejuvenation day book Younger by the Day, and weight loss classics Fit from Within and The Love-Powered Diet: Eating for Freedom, Health, & Joy. Cited by VegNews among the Top 10 Vegetarian Authors, Victoria has written for Yoga Journal, Mothering, Natural Health, Woman's Day, Body & Soul, and Vegetarian Times, and she writes the "Veg and the City" blog for the Huffington Post.