On Thursday, January 17, from 6-8pm, Pilates People presents an informative and fun evening of healthy appetizers and wine. Learn from Amy Pamensky, a certified natural chef and holistic health coach, about simple ways to improve your diet, how to stay on track, as well as what foods to avoid and what to eat to help with inflammation. Get tips on how to efficiently stock your pantry for success! Through her natural approach, Pamensky educates clients about an anti-inflammatory diet, which has many benefits including: enhanced digestion, decreased food sensitivities as well as general prevention for disease and injuries.
Meet Adam Meyerowitz Lac, who will be on hand to answer all of your acupuncture questions. From pain and anxiety to cravings and digestive issues, acupuncture treatments can help. Meyerowitz received his Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego. Upon completion of the four-year program, he spent time in China furthering his acupuncture and herbal studies at the Chengdu TCM University and Hospital. He is a Nationally Certified Diplomat of Oriental Medicine as well as a California Board Licensed Acupuncturist. Meyerowitz also brings over ten years of study and practice of various mind-body and energetic techniques including meditation, visualization, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, yoga, and various energy healing modalities.
Also, hypnotist Bill Anapoell, MD will do a demo, with information on how to control pain through hypnosis.
Raffles will be drawn to win a free initial nutrition consultation and pantry makeover, acupuncture session, and Pilates session. Pilates People is located at 11300 Sorrento Valley Rd Suite 101 San Diego, CA 92121. RSVP by Janaury 10. (858.452.0300)
Pilates people was founded in 2001 by Doreen and David Hall, who have combined over 30 years of experience in physical therapy and exercise physiology to create a company that specializes in providing Pilates-based fitness and rehabilitation programs to suit every “body’s” goals and personal style; from the precision and control of traditional Pilates and Pilates for rehab, to the all out intensity of the cardio Pilates and core circuit classes. Every class has a fresh approach and will keep you on your toes waiting for what’s next. Pilates People’s physical therapists specialize in manual therapy as well as Pilates. The beautiful state-of-the-art facility boasts an abundance of natural light and is equipped with an array of Pilates and fitness equipment. (www.pilatespeople.com)