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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Whole Food and Plant-Based Nutrition with Rachel Laing

Certified Health Coach Rachael Laing works with her clients in all areas of plant based nutrition, including healthy shopping, nutrition education and lessons on simple food preparation and meal planning. Her clients include those with cardiovascular issues, those who need to lose weight and athletes wanting to finetune their performance and recovery.

On November 5 and 6, Laing is teaching a workshop, in conjunction with Kathy Edds, on Yoga, Nutrition and Wellness, held at Rancho Reforma,
in Rio Rico. The workshop includes meditation practice, yoga, cooking lessons, plant-based nutrition and Ayurveda, and sharing of delicious food. For more information about this workshop, call Irene at 520-377-0774.

Starting in January 2012 Laing is leading two Wellness Groups, one just for women, and the other, for athletes interested in plant-based nutrition. Each group will meet 12 times on alternate Friday afternoons from 1:30 to 3 p.m., and includes an organic, plant-based meal, cooking tips and discussion of various aspects of nutrition and wellness. Imagine what life would be like if you could think more clearly, had increased energy and finally reached your desired weight? All of this is easy to achieve on a whole food, plant-based diet.

For more information about Rachael Laing and her programs, call 520-979-1088 or visit EmbracingWellness.net.

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