Nueroplasticity. Not only does it sound cool, but it means our brains have an amazing ability to modify its connections and rewire itself. Exercising the brain strengthens and builds new neural pathways. Physical exercise is one of the most transformative ways a person can improve cognitive abilities, such as learning, thinking, memory, focus and reasoning — all of which can help him or her become smarter and live longer.
Join FAI Certified Brain Health Trainer Holly Carpenter for a 2-part workshop to learn how the brain is continually altering it’s structure, cell number, connectivity, and chemistry as a direct result of everything a person does, experiences, thinks, and feels. We have the ability to be the architects and builders of our own minds if only we take advantage of it! Holly will teach participants both in theory and practical ways to maximize your brain and body health through variation and consistency in exercise, effort, and environment.
March 17 & 24
Friday’s from 1-2PM
Special Early Bird Price of $50 if registered before March 13
Click HERE to register!