Our commitment to fitness and movement is essential if we want to feel well + live well. Whether we are looking to increase our fitness capacity or simply have a desire to maintain our mobility, there are simple tools and techniques that we can adopt to help us stay motivated, recover quickly, increase our performance, and keep us feeling at home in our bodies.
Join Sara Dubeau, DHHP, DMH + Alexis Officer, Physiotherapist + Pilates Instructor
for this workshop where we will touch on:
The role of fitness + movement and why we need it to keep us feeling good + living well.
Why moving to heal and prevent injury is just as important as moving to improve strength and flexibility.
The key elements of a workout: do you know what they are?
The importance of Lifestyle Medicine (optimal nutrition, sleep, focus + stress, reduce toxic load, informed self-care) and its relationship to fitness, performance + recovery.
Effective, simple techniques + tools, that you can easily implement to help you uplevel your personal fitness routine.
Some of the actionable tools and techniques we will explore:
+ Simple exercises + stretches that you can incorporate into your daily routine.
+ The power of doTERRA essential oils + the key ways that we can use them to increase
performance, support a healthy metabolism + recovery from training or injury.
Create your own epsom salt bath soak for achy joints + muscles with doTERRA essential oils.
Receive a “Fitness + Essential Oils” ebook.
Attend all 4 RSC Lifestyle Series Workshops and receive a travel keychain, 4 samples of doTERRA essential oils, a RSC t-shirt and a free yoga class + a 30 minute 1:1 with Sara Dubeau, DHHP, DMH to go over your health goals + create personalized wellness plan!
Location: Rideau Sports Centre (RSC)
Spaces are limited.
General public can register online with with Rideau Sports Centre or by calling 613-749-6126
My doTERRA community, please connect with me to save your spot + receive your discount.
Sara Dubeau, DHHP, DMH is a natural healthcare practitioner with over a decade of experience in lifestyle medicine, holistic nutrition and the healing arts. She believes in partnering with her clients and teaches them how they can claim greater autonomy and ownership over their healthcare through lifestyle medicine. In addition to her practice, she facilitates workshops where she educates on lifestyle medicine and connects people to tools and resources that they can safely and simply use at home, to support their health and well being.
Alexis Officer is a Registered Physiotherapist and clinic owner. She has a strong movement science background with a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph (2004) and Master of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University (2007). She has completed post-graduate clinical training in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture/Dry needling, Mobilization with Movement, and Soft Tissue Release Techniques. As an experienced Stott Pilates Instructor, Alexis uses therapeutic movement to connect the mind and body. With over 10 years of experience, she has developed expertise in helping individuals of all fitness levels improve their movement.