YMCA has a history of supporting healthy lifestyle initiatives and with this in mind; the Feel Good Get Fit programme was conceptualized. The Feel Good Get Fit programme introduces an assortment of fitness activities from qualified and experienced instructors. Presently, the programme comprises of fitness activities such as: Yoga, Zumba, Precision Fitness Workout, Aqua Aerobics, Football, Basketball, and Swimming.
The programme is also supported by expert nutritional and wellness professionals who provide guidance to facilitate holistic health and wellness. In this regard, the YMCA of Trinidad and Tobago in partnership with Canadian trained Dr. Keisha T. Roberts, presents the Words of Wellness (WOW) series. The WOW series is a sequence of engagements under the Feel Good Get Fit umbrella whose primary objective is to enlighten persons understanding about the importance of food in disease prevention and facilitate an easy transition to behavioural changes that supports health and wellness. The first works hop in this series is carded for Friday, 30 July 2015 at the YMCA compound from 10:00am – 1:00pm.
It’s a scientific fact that nutrient deficiencies may lead to symptoms associated with depression, stress and physical illness.
This first workshop enlightens participants on:
- calming foods
- foods for your brain
- diet downers
- foods to spark your energy
It is tailored for persons:
- having difficulty dealing with personal and work stress
- with unexplained tiredness or energy depletion
- struggling with brain fog and anxiety
- interested in managing their health with food
Given the significance of this workshop and the present financial position of the YMCATT we are kindly asking that you purchase one ticket to secure a place at this workshop.
This WOW series is expected to accommodate one hundred (100) participants.
Feel Good is one part of the YMCA’s new strategic direction and it aims to educate and empower participants to make healthy long-term lifestyle choices which will allow them to live, look and feel better by engendering healthy behaviours including exercising and eating habits.
Should you require any further information, please contact Ms. Odetta Alexander on 689-5001 or at email: ymcattceo [at] gmail [dot] com