Empowering women to rise to optimal health and wellness

Allison Seller and Irmari Basson are two Ladnerites passionate about women’s health and wellness.

These founders of Rise Women Wellness and are hosting a wellness workshop for women of all ages this coming Saturday, May 25 in Ladner from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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As life and health coaches they have seen the struggle so many women face in achieving their health and wellness goals. There are so many diets out there these days that it is more exhausting to figure out what to eat than trying to stick to whatever it is you decide to eat. High protein, Keto, Paleo, no sugar, gluten free, dairy free, intermittent fasting and the list goes on and on. The reality is what you eat and when you eat is only a small piece of the puzzle. You can eat all the kale you want and spend two hours in the gym every day, but you will never be able to succeed and maintain your optimal weight and wellness goals if you don't pursue overall health versus weight loss. 

So many women feel the same way and yet so many women struggle to find guidance, support and accountability to follow through in their pursuit for overall health. The workshop is to equip, encourage and enable women to pursue overall health by balancing all areas of life. The day will be filled with dynamic speakers, hands-on application and tools to break unhealthy habits and balance all four pillars of health: nutritional, mental, physical and spiritual.

Register at www.risewomenwellness.com.

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