24th April 2019
NUTRITION AND STRENGTH TRAINING FOR POSITIVE AGEING
Saturday 11th May
There are now just over 2 weeks to go to the next Women’s Wellbeing Workshop at The May Wellness Centre.
This time, Claire Callaghan B. Pty MSc Chartered Physiotherapist and Sue Baic MSc RD Registered Dietitian will be exploring how nutrition/diet and strength training can influence positive ageing.
About This Course
Through this workshop, delegates can expect to gain a much greater insight into how food choices, hydration activity and diet can help us age well. The course leaders will provide sensible and usable top tips on what to eat; as well as a host of ideas about how to exercise most effectively for positive ageing.
Sue Baic MSc RD, Registered Dietitian explains:
Life expectancy is increasing but our health doesn’t have to decline. Recent research shows it’s possible to stay fit, active & rate quality of life as high as we age. Our genes only account for a small part of lifespan and our lifestyle can make a big difference – helping us to age well.
In May 2019 we are offering a fun, informative and practical workshop exploring how both nutrition and exercise can boost physical and mental health to enhance positive ageing.
- The role of diet in preventing cognitive decline and dementia
- Diet in bone, joint and muscle health
- Diet and age related eye health
- Gut bacteria & ageing
- Heart health & weight changes as we age
- Exercises to maintain and improve bone and joint health
- Exercises to maintain muscle strength and tone
- The role of exercise in maintaining circulation, balance, mental acuity and positive mental wellbeing
- Opportunity to ask for expert advice both in a group and 1:1 setting
- Saturday 11th – May 9am-1pm
- Ticket prices – £40 + £3.23 booking fee
- Location – The May Wellness Centre, 4 Redland Court Road, Bristol, BS6 7EE
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Claire Callaghan, BPty MSc (Sport and Exercise)
- Has been a Chartered Physiotherapist for over 20 years.
- Currently works in private practice
- Clientele include women of all ages and levels of physical ability, from those who are looking to be more active to Olympic medallists.
Sue Baic MSc RD
- Registered Dietitian with over 20 years’ experience
- Particular interest and expertise in diet and women’s health
- Has worked in healthcare settings and in research and teaching at the University of Bristol
- Co-author of Nutrition For Dummies
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