Join the Wellness Celebration
Here in the Armidale Library!
11am Tuesday 19 January 2016
Explode the myths of maturity & Embrace the Power of Oldness!
It is often considered that mature people are a drain on society. “How will we cope with all the old people? Instead we could recognise the immense ‘gold mine’ of value we have just waiting to be sourced.
Remember: What you eat and drink today,
walks and talks tomorrow
Who we are is determined by many things including: our thoughts, our friendships, how we move, where we live, etc. However one of the most significant is what we eat and drink. For greater life giving vitality let’s consider food and drink.
Move it or lose it:
Every time I think of exercise I wash my mouth with chocolate!
Motivation! Could be considered a key? – Together we offer support to engage in the movement that best suits you. This could be swimming, Tai Chi, walking, gym, dancing, body building, tennis, golf, bowls, yoga etc
Life is Sexually transmitted
By combining these topics we are able to release a wonderful vitality into our lives. When we understand the blocks and appreciate the way energy flows through our body then we can achieve universal harmony through spiritual sexuality.
What a great way to start the New Year!
Joan Morgan McCarthy is first and foremost a free range human! She is the mother of four children and the grandmother of six. She is also the great grandmother of five.
Joan has many wide ranging experiences for example: She managed Aboriginal Health Centres in Central Australia, Qualified Health Educator for nearly thirty years in the Hunter, As part of a PhD thesis studied and researched sexuality in China, Hawaii, and Australia.
She has authored four books.
Two are co-authored with Maureen Smith. They are “Sixty, Strong and Sexy: Women Share their Secrets” and “Glimpses into the Lives of Positively Aging Women” The other two are sole authored and they are: “Peace and Harmony: Re-envisioning Sexuality” and “The Crones Chrysalis”
Currently she is training for a body building competition in 2016.