Mon, Feb 27|
Community Potluck & Local Spotlight
Join us for dinner and learn about toxic home exposure and conscious solutions for optimal health and wellbeing
Time & Location
Feb 27, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Orlando, 6775 Chopra Ter, Orlando, FL 32827, USA
About the event
Join the Conscious Nona Collective on the last Monday of every month, for a potluck style meal with minds alike, followed by an informative presentation or discussion from one of our Holistic Local Experts. Please bring a healthy dish or offering to share, and come with an open mind and curious soul. We can't wait to connect with you!
Walk In's Welcome- all are welcome 🙂
February's Presenter: Sarah Bohanick
For Building Biologist Sarah, health starts at home! Having a healthy home is the missing piece in the puzzle for achieving optimal and vibrant health. Join us for an informative discussion on toxic exposures in our environment and how we can make conscious decisions about what we put in, on and around our body.
Topics of Discussion:
-How our environment impacts our health
-Where to start when you are looking to decreasing your toxic exposures
-The role of a Building Biologist
-The importance of assessing our home environment and creating healthier homes
Sarah has been an Emergency Department nurse for 10 years and in that time has learned how significant the relationship between our environment and our health truly is. It has been her mission to raise awareness on decreasing toxic exposure and helping others live a healthier life. It was only fitting she went on to become a Building Biologist. A Building Biologist studies the way our built environment impacts our health and helps to create healthier spaces to live in. Many people are struggling with poor quality sleep, hormonal issues, and lack of energy, and yet we are not assessing the one place we spend 90% of our time…our home. Today we may not have any control over toxic exposures in our external environments however we do have full control over our homes. She believes that creating a healthier living environment can be the difference between health and a body in a state of “dis-ease.”