When:
August 16, 2012 @ 5:00 pm – August 21, 2012 @ 2:00 pm
Where:
Mountain Waters Retreats
Svoboda Rd
Nelson,BC
Canada
Cost:
$1350-$1525, Dependant on Accommodation
Contact:
Richard Klein, Yogita Bouchard1-888-352-6081E-mail
 Do you think your best years are behind you?
Has mediocre become your new standard of well being?

Over these five days you will discover a whole new health outlook that will allow you to maintain your vitality and an expanded sense of possibility for the next half of your life. You will learn how exercise and nutrition can shift your metabolism to a more youthful  anabolic state, pushing up on your inherent regenerative capacity and changing the relationship between damage and repair that underlies the aging process.

The new science shows that only 35% of aging is genetically determined, meaning that 65% of how you age is about choices you make and the activities you engage in. Maintaining your vitality and your body’s regenerative capacity is largely up to you. Your time with us we will give you a whole new perspective on your health that will  establish a new baseline for what is possible in the years to come.

Learn about the breakthroughs in regenerative nutrition that will help you produce more energy at the cell level. Energy is the currency of life. More energy means more ability to do the things you love, including an increased capacity for exercise.

Exercise is crucially important in giving your body the bio-chemical signals that spur the shift to a more  regenerative metabolism.  Our team of fitness professionals will lead you on a summer “boot camp” in the Mountains, with both breathtaking hikes into the alpine and to wilderness beaches on fantastic Kootenay Lake.

Our sense of well being is inversely related to the stress we are experiencing in our lives. Stress acts as a corrosive force upon our health and speeds up the aging process at the cell level. You will learn specific mind/body techniques that will help you to establish more creative ways to work with the stress in your life.

There will be daily yoga practice and meditation instruction and plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind in the beauty of our Retreat Center location.

During This Retreat You will receive:

  • Guided hikes into some of the Kootenays most beautiful areas
  • Two “boot camp” fitness sessions with take-home workout program
  • Daily yoga classes
  • Meditation instruction
  • Stress awareness exercises and training
  • A comprehensive program of regenerative nutrition
  • Bodywork, Watsu and wellness therapeutic massage
  • Daily wellness lectures and discussion
  • Delicious locally-grown organic meals
  • Time to unwind, rest and relax in our beautiful retreat setting
  • A whole new outlook on the aging process

    Our Team

    Richard Klein: Richard is a wellness life coach and retreat facilitator. He is the co-founder of the Redefine Your Health Retreat Programs and the parent of five young adults.  An active outdoorsman with an experienced background in body-centered psychotherapy and regenerative nutrition, Richard has followed his interest in human potential to research the factors that can lead us to personal growth and vitality, irrespective of age. 


    Yogita Bouchard: 
    Yogita is a retreat facilitator, a gifted therapist, and a Spa and Wellness consultant who along with her husband, Richard Klein, is the co-founder of the Redefine Your Health Retreat Programs. Yogita has mastered multiple forms of bodywork, massage, and aquatic therapies. She combines these skills with an in-depth background in body-centered psychology and a loving presence. She is a parent of five young adult and as a life long athlete, she has found her life long passion in helping others powerfully shift the way they experience the aging process and sense of well-being.

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