Next workshop: Resilience

Change is constant throughout life.  We may not notice the minute changes happening every day but over the course of a year, we can easily see the amount of change that has occurred within ourselves, others and the world around us.  Evolution is a natural part of life and when we embrace this fact, we are able to live life more fully.

Middle age and beyond is typically a time of profound changes.  Aging brings a number of significant changes involving relationships, health and lifestyle.  Loss of parents and peers, changes in work and living environments riddle the landscape ahead.  Are you prepared for these forthcoming changes?  If not, sign up for my next workshop, ‘Bounce!’, where you will learn not only how to cope effectively with profound changes but thrive in spite of them!  Life is not a bowl of cherries but there is certainly no need to live in the pits either!

Take a pro-active approach to wellness and join engaging discussions on topics most important to you.  Gain inspiration for living well as you age gracefully through life.  Whether adapting to small or large changes, designing a fresh new start or coming to terms with a loss, this workshop is packed full of ideas and solutions for growing through changes in a timely manner.  Register today and revel in your resiliency tomorrow!

Note change in time and venue:  This workshop takes place on Monday, May 6, 2013 from 9:30 – 12:00 noon at Glen Pine Pavilion, 1200 Glen Pine Court, Coquitlam.  Cost $35.  Register in person at Glen Pine, by phone 604-927-4386 or on-line coquitlam.ca/registration  *All adults are welcome! (You do not need to be 50 years or older to participate.)

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