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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 03/13/13
on Women's Health
Women of all ages are invited to "The Seasons of Womanhood: A Focus on Health," a half-day retreat offering health information, self-improvement and rejuvenating activities on April 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Skyline Camp and Retreat Center in Almont.
Author and psychologist Regina Bowden, Ph.D. will deliver the keynote address titled "Be True to Yourself - The Keys to Personal Happiness."
A variety of workshops presented by local experts will offer information on healthy cooking, financial health and women's health issues. Participants also will be introduced to the Skyline Center's outdoor facilities including a labyrinth and hiking trails. Locally produced herbal soaps, lotions, fragrances and body scrubs will be displayed.
The fee for the April 13 event is $25 and includes continental breakfast and lunch. An optional pre-event takes place on April 12 at 7 p.m. offering an evening of relaxation and pampering including mini-facials, massage, weight management tips and more. An additional fee of $50 covers overnight accommodations and hot breakfast.
To register, call the Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals Call Center at (800) 532-2411. Payment is required to register. In-person registrations will be taken at the Henry Ford Macomb Health Center Bruce Township, on Van Dyke just north of 37 Mile Road. Contact Marlyn Hnatow at (810) 798-6430.
For more information, go to www.HenryFordMacomb.com/seasons.
This event is co-sponsored by CSB Bank, Four County Community Foundation and Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals.