The Lifework of Christine Marek

April 17, 2010

Ahwatukee Heath and Wellness Class- Restore Your Eyesight Without Surgery

Restore Your Eyesight Without Surgery

Next Ahwatukee Heath and Wellness Class

Every second Saturday of the month a “Health & Wellness” education class is organized which highlights local experts. These experts explain how various wellness choices can make a positive difference in our healthy lives.

On Saturday, May 8th, from Noon to 1:30 p.m., the class will learn about Eye Health Care and how there are new restorative methods that do not involve surgery. This topic is extremely current.

The guest speaker will be Dr. Mark Page, who is recognized as one of the Top Optometrists in the United States by the Consumer Research Council of America.  Dr. Page is also the owner of Arizona’s Vision, located in the Phoenix-Ahwatukee community. He will explain to attendees about vision improvement without surgery with Ortho-K contact lenses and Revital Vision, a software program that actually trains your brain to see better.

The class occurs at the Ironwood Library at 4333 E. Chandler Boulevard, Phoenix, 85048.

 There is no cost.  Prizes and Demonstrations will be provided. A RSVP is appreciated due to limited seating.

 

Call Christine at 480-491-9551 or send an email to Christine@ChristineMarek.com

 

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April 6, 2010

Health and Wellness Class this Saturday, 4.10, covers Allergies

Understanding Allergies! My next Ahwatukee Heath and Wellness Class

Every second Saturday of the month a “Health & Wellness” education class is organized which highlights local experts. These experts explain how various beneficial choices can make a positive difference in our lives.
On Saturday, April 10th, from Noon to 1:30 p.m., the class is going to focus understanding the nature of Allergies.

Attendees will learn about food and environmental allergies. We’ll also discuss how what we think is an allergy is something entirely different. Bring your favorite tips for this class and help us all be insightful into this topic.
The class will also explore whole food nutrition and lifestyles. In addition to this, we will have a special guest speaker; Dr. Betsy Yurgel, RN, NMD from the Phoenix Holistic Center. Dr. Yurgel explains and demonstrates how her holistic mind, body and spirit approach to health care assists others in achieving and maintaining a healthy heart and more!
The class is located in the Ironwood Library at 4333 E. Chandler Boulevard, Phoenix, 85048.
There is no cost. Prizes and Demonstrations will be provided. A RSVP is appreciated due to limited seating.

Call Christine at 480-491-9551 or send an email to Christine@ChristineMarek.com

December 28, 2009

Scottsdale Health and Wellness Class- Sat. 1.9.2010

 

         

**Health Event News ALERT**

Scottsdale Health and Wellness Class January 9th, 2009 from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The second Saturday of each month a “Health and Wellness” education class occurs at the Rockwood Natural Medical Clinic. At this class local experts explain how a variety of choices we make in our lives creates a difference in our energy, clarity, resistance to disease and more.

This month the 90-minute class will include two health care related speakers:

Allan Zee, Founder and Managing Director, of Argeus Benefits Group LLC, a Scottsdale based Health Insurance Brokerage firm, will be presenting information about the proposed Health Care Reform Bill. The purpose of this discussion is to objectively inform and educate the public on this timely issue. The seminar provides straight forward talk and discussion on Health Care Reform. Mr. Zee’s prior seminars have been presented at the Scottsdale Mustang Library, Business Networking International, and upcoming at the Fountain Hills Library, etc.  Comments may be directed to Mr. Zee at 480-221-9292 or email, allanzee@argeusgroup.com.

Dr. Meghna Thacker, NMD practices Family Medicine with a Natural approach.  At this class, she will be discussing Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy for both men and women. The lack of adequate hormone levels in the body can cause weight gain, fatigue, lack of desire, depression, brain fog, night sweats, hot flashes, etc. In this class, attendees will learn the physiology of the hormones produced by different glands in your body and see how their functions are interconnected. For additional details please visit www.MYNMD.com and/ or contact Dr.Thacker at info@mynmd.com, 480-767-7119.  

 

Every month the class also explores a group discussion relating to whole food nutrition. Optimal nutrition benefits and tips are explored.   A RSVP is appreciated due to limited seating. Call Christine at 480-491-9551 or send an email to Christine@ChristineMarek.com

The class is from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday, January 9th.
at the Rockwood Natural Medical Clinic, located on 9755 N. 90th Street, Ste. A-210, Scottsdale, 85258. There is no cost.

 

 

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October 25, 2009

Sunrider Calli Tea Review 2

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This phase is started as soon as you have mastered and become competent with Phase one. Be sure and work closely with your sponsor to make sure you have a pleasant transition. These 2 phases together comprise the Basic Foundation for the Holistic Nutrition Regeneration Program.

Vitalite Bar: Cleans the digestive tract of wastes, toxins, mucus, fats and other contaminants. Start with a third of a bar per day. If you know that you have had problems in this area, you must let your sponsor know. This is very important. A lot of people just ignore this advice and eat the whole bar because it tastes so good … then plug up because their body is unused to handling real fiber. Remember fiber is a broom and a vacuum for the body and that small bar will be getting bigger and bigger as it travels through the digestive track. Only when you see the difference in the toilet do you want to increase the amount of fiberbar. For some it may take a few days, for others it may take a few weeks or more. Only then, increase slowly (making sure there is no slowing of the system) up to a minimum of one bar per day. Many people eat more. Schedule your fiber at a regular time each day, as the body loves rhythm.

Vitadophilus:
Restores the proper flora in the colon for protection against contaminants. We recommend 6 boxes with your first order. This is so you can use three boxes (30 packets) right away. Try a box a day. You can eat it right out of the packet or with your NuPlus. Because it is in a fruit base, you need to eat it 20 minutes before you ingest other foods. After the first initial packets, eat a minimum of one packet each day.

Fibertone: Tones the bowel by nourishing the peristaltic muscle action so food is moved through in the proper time frame to avoid putrefaction and fermentation. Eat 6 capsules a day.
Special Points:

It is absolutely crucial for you to drink at least 1 quart of water with your Fortune each day, (that’s two bags of Fortune Delight tea mixed with 32 oz of water) with one quart of Calli (32 oz in morning and 32 oz for nightitime). Fortune makes drinking the a quart of water much easier than you would expect. Do not neglect this aspect. You will be ‘waking up’ the cleansing system during this first month and you want to have the help of plenty of fluid to flush and clean. It cannot be just any liquid; it needs to be Calli and Fortune (which acts as water in the body). If you feel like drinking extra water beyond this feel free. Just remember…do not overdo the fluids as your kidneys need some time to rest.

While we don’t include a lot of rules about what not to eat…. For best results, use common sense. Stay away from the junk foods. Meat and dairy are hard on your system. Look at the Organic fruits, vegetables, grains & beans. As close to nature as possible, fresh and raw are the best. After you are eating the SR foods in the recommended regeneration program above, you will be amazed at the ease in which you will be able to make changes.

If you would like to order any of these beneficial products just call or email me, Christine Marek.

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This information provided to you by Christine Marek
Sunrider Independent Consultant
P. 480.491.9551
Christine@christinemarek.com

August 17, 2009

My 3rd Healthy Lifestyle Class - A Good Time

Yesterday, I held my 3rd “Healthy Lifestyle” class at the Ahwatukee Ironwood Library. I was nervous as usual about getting it set up, making sure my guest speaker showed and I was most nervous that few if any would attend.

Yes, I did my job to publicize it to the media and emailed 1800 Phoenix residents. But each time I do an event I just don’t know what will occur. That’s the good and bad of events.

This time few did attend and it was the best one, yet. So go figure.

The guest speaker, Karla Hurt, owner of MoonStone Wellness also arrived an half an hour late. But her timing had actually been perfect. Plus, she brought a friend and co-worker from Moonstone, named Toney. A fascinating, long red-haired woman who with her input complimented our group.

Each fault of the class became a victory and in reflection it was the best class I’d organized in quite some time. That’s an achievement since I’ve planned and hosted a lot of special events. Hundreds to thousands of events. I’m not sure the exact amount. I stopped counting now that I’ve been in PR for over years.

I wish you had been there to see what I mean. Every minute had a purpose and everyone there was meant to be in the round circle of chairs.

The library room lights could be dimmed and it felt like an intimate and surreal gathering of strangers. Don’t get me wrong they were not strange. The all were friendly but all of us found ourselves there thrown together out of curiosity for “Optimal Health”. That theme alone makes me feel good.

As we all anticipated Karla’s arrival to advise us on meditation techniques we started talking about our nutrition interests. It all got started with me explaining why I even have the class each month and then everyone else added their opinions, strategies and tips. That’s what I was hoping would happen at the end of the class but no worries it occurred. From the early part of the class I learned about organic food vendors, social networks and shopping tricks for raw and whole foods.

My hypnotherapist who is also a Reiki Master, Brenda Lowe, surprised me by attending the class. I was so honored that she came I kept glancing at her and hoping it wasn’t a dream. Brenda has been a wonderful health consultant and life coach for me and for her to show up at my event was a great source of fun for me.

So there I was in a circle with interesting people, at my right sat Brenda and at my left was Karla, a dynamic business woman, spiritual guide and meditation advisor.

We began to talk about mediation techniques and Karla lead us through several “out of the box” (her words) examples. After each short mediation, she asked us introspective questions as to how we enjoyed the mediation. This was perfect. I was learning not only from her questions but from the answers in the group. It was just what I had planned for. Now I was wondering if it had been worthwhile for the others.

Teresa, a class attendee, pronounced her enjoyment by stating we deserved “gold stars” for attending. That made me very glad.

I’d brought some whole food, Nuplus,  and beverage samples, Calli Tea and Fortune Delight Teas, I love so much from Sunrider and gave them out as they walked out the library room doors.

Gold stars of nutrition in their hands I felt like all my effort was worthwhile.

So I’ll plan another at the library for 9.19.09. I’m not certain who will be the speaker (s). Send me suggestions if you like and SAVE the DATE.

Saturday, 9.19.09. 11:30 am to 1 pm, Ahwatukee Ironwood Library.

It will be worth it. I’m not sure how or why but if you are like me and want to spend 90 minutes on “Optimal Health” join us. I’ll be there, smiling.

Christine Marek, MBA - Signing OFF!
Phoenix Marketing Limited- PRNewsBroker
Office: 480-491-9551

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