Wellness Warehouse Healthy Happenings in July

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Wellness Warehouse invites you to join their Healthy Happenings events taking place throughout July 2019.

The Healthy Happenings events aim to create an intimate, interactive space in which attendees can learn about health and wellness topics that are currently trending. In 2019, these topics include gut health, plant-based lifestyle, Nutrigenetics as well as natural and organic beauty. All event attendees receive a goodie bag and there are spot prizes at selected events.

In order to encourage interaction, collaboration and learning that has practical value, Wellness Warehouse focuses on keeping groups small. Due to this and the popularity of these events, it is advised that you book well in advance.

For information about their upcoming talks and events, visit the Wellness Warehouse events page.

Wellness Warehouse Healthy Happenings Events

Natural Makeup Demo | By Debbie Ellis

Join Wellness Warehouse for a practical session on how to apply natural makeup with professional makeup artist Debbie Ellis. The event includes a demo of natural, organic and vegan makeup application by Debbie Eillis as well as a Facial exfoliation demo by Esse and lip care and makeup hygiene demo by Dr. Hauschka.

Debbie Ellis has her own makeup artistry and hair company. She is the former editorial makeup artist and beauty editor for Bloss Media Magazine and has worked in the entertainment industry, both locally and internationally.

Space is limited to 20 people, so book your ticket well in advance.

The event includes goodie bags and welcome drinks.

Where: Plant Power Pop-Up, Wellness Warehouse, Cavendish Square, 1 Dreyer St, Claremont
When: 4 July | 8.45am to 10am
Cost: R100 | Early bird R50

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Wellness Warehouse Healthy Happenings Events

What is Nutrigenetics | By Judith Johnson

This Healthy Happenings event constitutes an informative session with registered consulting dietitian of 25 years, Judith Johnson. She discusses what Epigenetics is and how our modern world is influencing our health. Judith Johnson also answers the question, ‘Are we a product/victim of our genes or do we have the power to influence how they impact our bodies?’

The event includes a delicious Nutrigenetics culinary experience. Attendees are able to taste the food as well as learn about the practical aspects of culinary genomics.

Judith specialises in Nutrigenomics (gene-based personalised nutrition), chronic diseases, sports nutrition, diabetes care, weight management, integrated nutrition therapy, holistic wellbeing and complementary medicine. She has co-authored a book with Dr. Yael Joffe entitled Genes to Plate.

Space is limited to 30 people, so book your ticket well in advance. 

The event includes welcome drinks, snacks and goodie bags. 

Where: Wellness Warehouse, Lifestyle on Kloof, 50 Kloof St, Gardens
When: 11 July | 5.15pm to 6.30pm | The talk begins at 5.30pm
Cost: R100 | Early bird R50

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The Emotional Needs of Children | By Leigh Reabow

This interactive and informative event is run by social worker, wife and mom, Leigh Reabow. She believes that in order to raise well-adjusted adults, you need to ensure that you are nurturing every facet of your child’s development. Emotionally intact children grow into emotionally intact adults.

Leigh Reabow discusses what your child needs from you on an emotional level and will give you tools that she personally uses with her children in order to ensure emotional growth.

Leigh Reabow understands how challenging it can be to keep the harmony in your home and dedicates her time and energy to adding value to the lives of families. She achieves this by assisting parents in understanding what their children need and how to tackle the parenting journey.

Space is limited to 30 people, so book your ticket well in advance.

The event includes welcome drinks and goodie bags.

Where: Wellness Warehouse, Lifestyle on Kloof, 50 Kloof St, Gardens
When: 18 July | 5.15pm to 6.30pm | The talk begins at 5.30pm
Cost: R100 | Early bird R50

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Wellness Warehouse Healthy Happenings Events

The Role Emotions Play in Healing | by Brett Simpson

Brett Simpson is a coach, guide and healer. His interactive and informative talk discusses the real power of emotions and their role in healing and optimising our wellbeing.

Not only does the talk constitute well-curated knowledge and science regarding the role which our emotions play in healing, but Brett also presents case studies and tools. Numerous people have cured life-threatening diseases using their emotions and belief system and Brett shares their strategies and how they succeeded.

Brett has also connected with leaders and radical remission survivors, both internationally and locally, to gather more information on how we can easily tap into the incredible science of our emotions to aid our healing process.

Space is limited to 30 people, so book your ticket well in advance.

The event includes welcome drinks and goodie bags.

Where: Wellness Warehouse, Lifestyle on Kloof, 50 Kloof St, Gardens
When: 25 July | 5.15pm to 6.30pm | The talk begins at 5.30pm
Cost: R100 | Early bird R50

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Winter Warmer Wine Evening | With Wellness & Wine Concepts

Wellness Warehouse and Wine Concepts have come together to host a Winter Warmer Wine Evening. The event is an opportunity to taste wine from over 20 vendors stocked at Wine Concepts, before popping upstairs to Wellness Warehouse to taste local cheese and healthy snacks.

Wellness Warehouse is running a competition on the evening, so ensure that you visit the Wellness table in order to enter.

This event includes tasters, goodie bags and spot prizes.

Where: Wellness Warehouse, Lifestyle on Kloof, 50 Kloof St, Gardens
When: 26 July | 4pm to 8pm
Cost: Free of charge | Purchase tickets from Wine Concepts on the evening

Contact: 021 003 3552 | support@wellnesswarehouse.com
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Abigail Samuelson

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