Natural Networking Night on October 27 : Natural Awakenings healthy living. healthy planet.
Dr. Robert Zembroski
Natural Networking Night on October 27
Join our growing community committed to holistic wellbeing and eco-friendly living by attending Natural Awakenings’ Natural Networking events, free gatherings hosted monthly by a local business. Meet area practitioners, learn about services and products geared toward living a healthy, balanced lifestyle, and make like-minded personal and professional connections.
The next Natural Networking event will be held on Wednesday, October 27 at Darien Center for Integrative Medicine. Join us for a life-altering discussion led by Dr. Robert Zembroski, “Balancing Hormones Naturally: A Healthy Solution to PMS, Menopause, and Thyroid Problems”. Dr. Zembroski is a dynamic and engaging speaker who translates complex medical information into understandable and actionable natural solutions to true health and renewed vitality.
“To understand hormonal imbalances, one needs to understand the roles of stress and the nervous system, estrogen, progesterone, thyroid dysfunctions, blood sugar, and the adrenal glands”, says Dr. Z. The cause of hormonal problems may be a combination of several factors, all of which will be explored. He will also discuss his evaluation program to determine the true cause/s of your hormonal problems so that appropriate treatment based on your individual needs may be chosen.
This free event is on Wednesday, October 27 from 7 – 9 p.m. Refreshments served. Darien Center for Integrative Medicine is located at 870 Post Rd, Darien.
Next month’s event will be hosted by Move2Wellness wellness center in Ridgefield on Wednesday, November 17. Join us for a night of healing and thanks-giving as we learn about - and experience - various healing modalities including Therapeutic Massage, Acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy, Reiki, and more. Guests are asked to bring in a canned goods donation for the benefit of the Dorothy Day Hospitality House soup kitchen in Danbury.
To RSVP for either of these events contact 203.885.4674 or [email protected] Space is limited.