Free Health Conference
Join the Sacramento Chapter of HADASSAH, the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Sacramento Section, and Assemblyman Ken Cooley for the 2017 Sima Spector "Healthy Families, Healthy Lives" Health Conference
The 22nd annual Sima Spector Health Conference is an opportunity to focus on nutrition, exercise and mindfulness as the keys to better health. This year's conference is titled as, Wellness with Mindfulness: Healthy Body, Heart and Mind.
Speakers include Maxine Barish-Wreden, MD, a specialist in integrative, holistic medicine (Medical Director, Institute for Health and Healing, Sutter Health), and Linda Larsen, RN, a registered yoga therapist specializing in cardiac health (UC Davis). Erika Meredith, DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy, a certified orthopedic specialist in the use of exercise to improve physical function (Kaiser-Permanente) will also participate, teaching a session in Therapeutic Movement. They will also learn what mindfulness is and how to practice it, both in day-to-day life and during mindful exercise regimens such as yoga, which relieve stress, foster self-compassion, and contribute to physical as well as mental health. Exhibitors from dozens of local health and community-based organizations will also be present, staffing tables and handing out information.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
2729 Prospect Park Drive
Rancho Cordova CA 95670
5:00 p.m. Check-in, Visit Exhibitors
5:30 p.m. Program Begins
8:30 p.m. Conference Ends
Must RSVP or please call (916) 464-1910 by September 6, 2017.
Attendance is free. We encourage men as well as women to attend. There is ample free parking. A light meal will be provided.
About the Sima Spector Health Conference:
This annual conference originated from Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of America, nationally providing free quality health education and information to women of all ages and all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Sima Spector organized and led the Hadassah "Healthy Women, Healthy Lives" Women's Health Conference in the Sacramento area from 1994 until 2006, when she was tragically killed by a drunk driver. During the past decade, the conference was renamed to honor her memory and her dedication to health education.