Margaret Wallis-Duffy, R.M.T. - 5 Keys to Living Your Healthiest Life

Tuesday, 14 March 2017 - 7:00pm
Today's seniors are living longer than ever, so it is now more critical than ever to live longer— better! 
 
Wellness and physical optimization are crucial for retired persons to thrive into their later years with grace, vitality and independence. Drawing from her experience working with countless seniors at Wallis for Wellness and at Brampton Civic Hospital, Margaret  will share the pillars of health that form the foundation of a long, healthy life, and she wants you to know that it's never too late to start adopting these healthy habits.
 
After working for years (25 to be exact) with all walks of life, Margaret has found 5 key aspects of health that need attention as a person ages:
  • pain
  • sleep
  • digestion
  • energy and
  • cognition. 
Addressing these 5 pillars can unlock many more years of quality time with family and help you make the most of your retired years. Come learn about what the latest science says about health and what natural, sustainable solutions you can employ to get to the root cause of your health concerns in order to live your healthiest holistic life. 
 
Margaret is a frequent speaker at wellness events and guest on TV shows.  We are looking forward to her presentation.
 
Contact information for Margaret:

Margaret Wallis-Duffy R.M.T.
Wellness Educator and Media Spokesperson

CEO of The WOW Group of Companies
mwallis@wallisforwellness.com
Office: 905-840-3486
Check out her latest health video, "Insight on Eye Health, A Holistic Look at Cataracts": https://youtu.be/8-yhgsTo3FI

Website http://www.wallisforwellness.com/

You can forward your questions or suggestions to:  info@pccnbrampton.ca or telephone 905-458-6650.

We look forward to seeing you at our NEW meeting location, Norton Place Park Community Centre, 170 Clark Boulevard, Brampton, Ontario.  The building is located north of Clark, east of West Drive and west of Dixie Road. (GPS coordinates 43°42'27.5"N 79°43'39.5"W)

Parking is plentiful, well lit and free - and there are no stairs to be navigated.