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Proact chosen to host wellness seminar

25 February 2020

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The Proact has been chosen as the venue to host an exciting Wellness Seminar. The evening seminar will be held on Thursday, March 19, starting at 6.30pm and running through until 10pm.

Sponsored and hosted by 360 Wellbeing Centre, the new state of the art clinic that opened on 131 Chatsworth Road in January 2020, this evening event has been designed to give local people the opportunity to increase their knowledge of health and wellness related subjects.

Commenting on the background to the event, Samantha Woodcroft, one of the founding directors of the clinic said: “Despite the advances in science, the research shows a continuing annual increase in conditions such as heart disease, anxiety, depression, cancer and type 2 diabetes. These are all conditions that can be positively affected by good nutritional practice and supplementary treatments.

"Helping people to address and overcome their health challenges is one of our primary reasons for being and we thought hosting a seminar would be an appropriate way to celebrate the launch of 360 Wellbeing, whilst sharing some high quality speeches from leading experts in their field with the people of Derbyshire.”

The evening event has deliberately designed to be a fast paced an engaging affair with 20-minute speeches covering the following subjects:

1. How you can transform your wellness through your nutritional choices.

2. Which vitamins does your body need the most?

3. CBD Oil - demystifying the confusion around this mega consumer trend

4. Claiming back your life after addiction.

5. Understanding the power of your mind.

6. The 360 Wellbeing vision and how we will look to work with other therapists.

Delegates in attendance will enjoy a tea/coffee on arrival and will be given a Gratitude Bag with gifts worth at least £60.

Local wellness therapists in attendance will also have an opportunity to meet the 360 Wellbeing team and schedule some time for a formal meeting to discuss joint venture options.

“As well as hosting an agenda that we think offers subjects that will interest those local people who are focused on improving their mental and physica lhealth, we are keen to add to our services and will seek to work with quality local therapists. We will also be explaining our recruitment process for this at the seminar,” added Woodcroft.

The cost to attend the event is a modest £10 per person. Tickets can be secured online via this link.

Anyone with questions about the event can contact Samantha Woodcroft by email:

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