If you're looking for a reason to go to the 10th Annual Joy of Aging event, consider that the keynote speaker, Dr. Jennifer Pearlman will be speaking all about anti-aging. Read here for the details
We're back! With Toronto's best outdoor yoga festival OmT.O! Read all about it here!
The second annual Yoga to Conquer Cancer event is this month. Read here to learn about this worthy event and who it helps.
Nov 15, 2018
Discover the best essential oils and blends for staying healthy, strong and energized through cold & flu season. Expert herbalist and aromatherapist Bonita Barth will share DIY recipes, product samples and lots of great tips! Lectures are free of charge. No registration required. First come, first seated.348 Danforth Ave. Room 212 (entrance on Danforth beside Book City). Stair access only.
Nov 17, 2018 - Nov 25, 2018
This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
On Saturday November 17, 2018 join Debbie Papadakis as she will be facilitating her 80th Professional Hypnosis Certification Training! Begin your career as a Certified Hypnotist/Hypnotherapist! Hypnosis is a Proven and Reliable Treatment for Health, Well being and Relationship Issues. With the knowledge you gain from our Hypnosis Certification Training you will be ready to join an existing...
Nov 19, 2018
Class includes 20 minutes of meditation and 40 minutes of stress-relieving stretches. Led by a Meditation Toronto Instructor.Participants must bring their own Yoga mat. Drop in class. First come, first seated.
Nov 22, 2018
Microbes are incredible, they impact everything from our digestion and immune system to our mood and skin health. But how are these magical microbes being effected by your daily choices? Join nutritionist Joy McCarthy to discover simple steps you can take to improve the health of your microbes and you! Lectures are free of charge. No registration required. First come, first seated.348 Danforth...
Nov 29, 2018
Gut bacteria are the foundation of health. Discover what the latest research is telling us about our gut microbiome, the consequences of dysbiosis and how to promote bacterial balance for optimal health and well-being. Lectures are free of charge. No registration required. First come, first seated.348 Danforth Ave. Room 212 (entrance on Danforth beside Book City). Stair access only.