IS YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK?
“WE SHAPE OUR DWELLINGS, AND AFTERWARDS
OUR DWELLINGS SHAPE US” WINSTON CHURCHILL
Given we spend 90% of our time indoors isn’t it time to pay attention and create a healthy, nurturing space that supports you and your family? Explore the impact of environmental influences and connect the dots between your home and your health.
Do you have persistent headaches, unexplained respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath or sleep difficulties? Or experience fatigue, mood swings or joint pain?
Our homes, sadly, are full of hidden hazards that are swarming all around us.
This informative and practical workshop will share insights and tips on how to improve the environmental quality of your home as we unpack whether where you live is affecting your health. There is no judgement about where or how you live, only a desire to help you improve your living environment to be healthier and happier.
Bring: notebook and pen
About Kathryn Glendenning
With a background of thirty years in residential property management Kathryn’s curiosity with the built environment led her to study in the areas of environmental psychology, space clearing, feng shui, environmental medicine and interior design.
Kathryn enjoys helping individuals create homes that support and nourish the mind and body and uses techniques to heal homes and transform space. Qualifications: Licensed Real Estate Agent (Real Estate Management); Advanced Diploma in Yoga Studies (Yoga Institute); MIMS (Mould Illness Made Simple Certificate; ATMS Certificate: Environmental Medicine: Health Hazards in the Home.
Cancellation up to 48 hours prior to event date is possible subject to a $5 cancellation fee. Less than 48 hours’ notice of cancellation is only possible if we can fill your place from a wait-list.
** This event has a maximum of 14 participants and is specifically planned to provide safety and comfort observing current COVID distancing rules.
Sunday 18th Jul 2021
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Manly, Chandra Studio
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