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WIN! Two Tickets to a Holford Seminar this October

As a subscriber to this newsletter you clearly place value in your health – so now do your body a further favour and book yourself a seat to hear Patrick Holford speak at one of the 16 seminars and workshops taking place this October in a city near you.
The talks, based on his bestselling books Burn Fat Fast and Good Medicine, will be presented either as two and three hour seminars, half-day workshops or full day Total Health Transformation workshops in which he will share his over 35 years of knowledge and experience in the field of nutrition and health in the quest for Optimum Health.
Each session includes a question and answer time with Patrick as well as the opportunity to have him sign books. Tickets include goodie bags and opportunities to win hampers and his latest books. Healthcare practitioners and doctors earn CPD points. Don’t miss this chance to invest in your health. Early bird discounts of 10% close on 29 August. To book visit www.computicket.co.za; www.computicket.mobi or call 0861 915 8000.

One lucky winner stands a chance to win two tickets to the Patrick Holford Good Medicine tour to South Africa in either Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Pietermaritzburg or Cape Town and a copy of his book the Optimum Nutrition Cookbook to the value of R1 000! All you need to do is enter our Facebook competition. Simply click [HERE],  fill in your details and share with a friend. Good luck!

SO WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE IN OPTIMUM HEALTH?

Sometimes called “functional” health, optimum health is not just an absence of illnesses or disease but rather an abundance of vitality in your daily life – physically, mentally and emotionally. It can be measured in three ways:

  • Performance – how you perform physically and mentally daily
  • Absence of ill health – lack of disease signs and symptoms
  • Longevity –  your health lifespan

Patrick Holford believes an overall sense of well-being can be achieved by everyone. He characterizes Optimum Health as a consistent and clear high level of energy, emotional balance, a sharp mind, a desire to maintain physical fitness and a direct awareness of what suits our bodies, what enhances our health, and what our needs are in any given moment. This “state of health” creates resilience and protects us from modern day diseases and as a result contributes to slowing down the ageing process so that we may live long and healthy lives.

He explains “At its most profound level, health is not merely the absence of pain or tension, but a joy in living, a real appreciation of what it is to have a healthy body and mind with which to taste the many pleasures of this world”.

“For me, health is not a static state but rather an endless journey of learning about myself from the diseases and imbalances I have suffered, and a continuing discovery of even higher and clearer levels of energy. From these experiences, and those gained through working with thousands of people suffering from all categories of disease, I am totally convinced that, by means of optimum nutrition, exercise, living in the right environment and being willing to change obsolete beliefs and behaviour patterns that create tension and stress, virtually all disease can be prevented,” says Patrick.

If you would like to learn how you can lead an optimum life full of abundance and good health, don’t miss this opportunity to hear what Patrick has to say based on his years of research and working with thousands of people from around the world. To book visit www.computicket.co.za; www.computicket.mobi  or call 0861 915 8000.

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  1. Collette Van deventer

    Please let me have the details of your visit to Pietermaritzburg , Date and Place

    Best Regards
    Collette

  2. Cindy

    Hi Johan

    Seminars are R350 – They are two hours long. The full day workshops on Saturdays and Sundays are R450. You can find all the prices here –

  3. Cindy

    Patrick Holford will be in PMB on Wednesday the 15th of October to deliver a seminar on his book Good Medicine. It is taking place at St Johns School from 6pm to 9pm