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POW(H)ER HOUR – Fitness
April 4, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$20.00
About this Event
POW(HER) HOUR: FITNESS
We are talking the science of fitness for women. Yes. We know you’ve been waiting for this conversation!!
It’s about time that we talk about our fitness needs change based on –
- Where you are in your (monthly) cycle
- Where you are in your (life) cycle
- Whether you are on birth control
- Whether you are fasting
Fitness is so critical for health, and it’s also something that we need to be mindful that we don’t overdo to (negatively) impacts our hormones.
In this lecture, we will cover the importance of –
- Fitness for your hormone health
- Changing your fitness regime based on the time of month
- How to incorporate recovery effectively
This lecture will cover these items that may be helpful for your other girlfriends and friends to learn about, so bring a buddy as well who might be interested in these topics.
Our speakers have been working with thousands of women and know the questions that you likely are asking yourself (note: these are questions that we’ve ALL had because we were never taught these things growing up)!
We as women are given the bare minimum when it comes to education in keeping our mind and body healthy.
We are changing that with this 6-part POWHER series and are so excited for you to join us on this journey!
THIS WEBINAR SERIES IS *PART 6* OF A 6-PART SERIES ON WOMEN’S HEALTH:
- HORMONES: The female hormonal cycle and how your environment can affect it
- SLEEP: Good sleep habits and your circadian rhythm
- STRESS: How stress impacts your health and even your GI tract
- MINDSET: Mindfulness and how to work on a positive mindset**
- NUTRITION: Gut health, functional nutrition, supplements and navigating diets
- **FITNESS: The importance of exercise and the benefits of different types of movements **
This is YOUR chance to take control of your health and learn how your body can be functioning at its greatest potential. JOIN US and ask the questions that you’ve been dying to ask but didn’t know where to turn to!
This online event will include a lecture followed by a LIVE Q&A with Dr. Nasha Winters, Dasha Maximov, and Kayla Osterhoff.
THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY POW(HER):
The POW(HER) Program stands for Personalization of Women’s Health, Evidence and Research. It is a woman’s health program unlike any other.
This program is an individualized, data-driven women’s health program that bridges existing research with self-experimentation to build personal mastery of individual health and wellbeing – fully designed, implemented, and facilitated by women health experts, scientists, and doctors to be tailored to women’s unique bio-individuality.
Please note, if you have signed up as part of the program, this lecture series is included for you. We will email you a discount code to apply during checkout.
POW(HER) IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Dr. Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO – POWHER MEDICAL DIRECTOR
A global healthcare authority and best-selling author in integrative cancer care and research consulting with physicians around the world. She has educated hundreds of professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe and has created robust educational programs for both healthcare institutions and the public on incorporating vetted integrative therapies in cancer care to enhance outcomes. Dr. Nasha aims to bring integrative, bio-individual care to the women’s health community and beyond.
Dasha Maximov, PN – DIRECTOR OF HEALTH COACHING
Dasha is a yoga teacher, health coach, and founder of WhealthCo. As the Director of Health Coaching for the PowHer Program, her goal is to impart to clients and other coaches the habits that are required to make long lasting change in health happen and to bring forth the idea that health is not reductionist, but a symphony of cascading events and things in our bodies the create an environment for disease or for health.
Kayla Osterhoff, MPH, PhDc – DIRECTOR OF SCIENCE & R&D
Former CDC Health Scientist, Researcher, and Health Optimization Medicine Practitioner formally trained across the spectrum of the health sciences. As the Director of Research and Development for the Women’s Health Organization, Kayla he aims to use their pilot 12-month women’s health cohort program as a vehicle to help bridge the gap in women’s health research and build the evidence base for high quality women-centric health care.
We are ready for tangible, practical women’s health information. Are you?
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