Bridge for Health Coop Launch Event!
We are happy to announce that we will be hosting the launch of our new Co-op Association in Vancouver on Wednesday September 28th, 2016! We have a very special evening lined up including a talk with renowned author and best seller Dr. Gabor Maté! Tickets are going fast and seats are limited so make sure you purchase your ticket today!
Burnaby Public Library Speakers Series
Presented by the Bridge for Health in collaboration with Burnaby Public Library.
There are many reasons that we fall as we age. We can prevent serious injuries by taking care of our health early. Are you concerned about falling yourself? Do you have aging parents who are afraid of falling? Falling can have serious health consequences including broken bones and brain injuries. These injuries are often life changing and preventable. Did you know our risk for falling increases dramatically once we reach 65? Learn strategies to take care of your health before you fall.
Our speaker is Alfred Ball, Practicing Kinesiologist and founder of Lifemoves Health and Rehabilitation in North Vancouver. He has been helping clients with medical conditions and injuries move with greater ease for 16 years. As a human movement specialist, Alfred’s strengths are working with clients with chronic health conditions and musculoskeletal injuries. In 1999, Alfred was a finalist for a Business Excellence Young Entrepreneur Award and was nominated again in 2010. He was one of the first three Practicing Kinesiologists in British Columbia to be certified in Fascial Stretch Therapy™ and one of a few Kinesiologists to complete the Diploma in Rehabilitation Management from Simon Fraser University in 2008. Alfred’s passion for observing human movement extends to keenly observing how his young son learns to navigate the world.
Free, but seating is limited. Please register by phone 604-436-5400, in person or online
Bridge for Health is hosting local networking events mainly in Vancouver and we are and look for opportunities to expand to other local communities. Bridge for Health networking events offers mentoring, coaching & leadership development opportunities for its contributors. Join us for future planning of workshops, art shows, speakers, and innovative ways to promote dialogue about promoting health and wellbeing in our communities!
Being a part of Bridge for Health has been an inspiring experience. It has enabled me to connect with other socially-minded professionals and the meetings always facilitate important and hopeful discussions around enacting positive change in relation to equity and well-being. Crystal Hutchinson, Bridge for Health network contributor
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