In the age of the internet, people these days are becoming increasingly aware of “miracle” cures for everything under the sun–many of them natural remedies–because we’d rather practice self care than schedule a doctor visit over every little thing.
Wouldn’t it be great if your body was strong and healthy enough that the common cold, allergies, back pain, headaches and the effects of aging couldn’t ail you? That is the goal of self care. Your journey toward optimum health includes nourishing your body with local, whole foods, detoxifying and treating your body with holistic medicine and freeing your mind and spirit through movement and through stillness.
But how do you know what you’re doing, really? There are so many “natural” products, potions and lotions screaming at us from the shelves and being pushed by friends who sell this or that. Unless you’re an expert, it can be difficult to decipher between trusted information and shoddy advice when it comes to self care. Trial and error can sometimes work, but wouldn’t it be great to have a strong foundation and some guidance as you continue along your self care journey?
That’s the purpose of an upcoming event at the Gideon Putnam on Saturday, June 14: The Wisdom of Self Care : A Wellness Symposium on Whole Health and Purpose. Hosted by Saratoga Wellspring, this self care informational event has all kinds of speakers, exhibitions, information, resources and more.
Tickets are just $30.
In addition to what you will learn about self care, you’ll also get to enjoy yourself with dancing, prizes, networking happy hour and more. Oh yeah, and only in Saratoga would “mingle with therapeutic horses” also be a main draw to the event!
With the ever rising cost of health care, self care is more appealing than ever before. If you could save money on co-pays and pain killers — and feel great more often than not — all would be well with the world, right? This event gives you a jump start to help you get there.
Many of us want to delve deeper into self care but lack the time and patience to sift through a dizzying world of “expert” opinions on the subject. This event takes the guesswork out of it for you, having lined up a full roster of trusted experts in the field (coaches, authors, doctors, therapists, etc.) to help you along your journey.
Learn more about The Wisdom of Self Care : A Wellness Symposium on Whole Health and Purpose, or if you have your mind made up, you can follow this link to purchase tickets.