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Friday, September 9
 

2:00pm

Food and Fitness :: How To Thrive On A Plant Based Diet

Join "Raw Runner" Tim for an amazing workshop and talk about how you can transform your body, strength, fitness and health on a plant based diet.

Over the past 5 years, Tim has transformed himself from a sedentary couch potato suffering from severe depression and chronic fatigue syndrome into one of the world's fittest men over forty. He did this by adopting a simple, plant-based diet.

Find out how he did it and how you can benefit from a plant based diet to reach and possibly exceed your fitness goals as Tim has done.


http://runningraw.com/

Speakers
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Tim Van Orden

Tim VanOrden, creator of the Running Raw Project and elite raw, vegan athlete is shattering the myths and misconceptions that surround a plant based diet. His talks have inspired countless people across the globe to improve their health. Tim doesn’t just talk the talk, he walks... Read More →



Friday September 9, 2011 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Mary Gates Hall - Room 241 University of Washington, Seattle Campus

3:30pm

Mental Techniques To Amplify Your Love with PJ Glassey

In this workshop, PJ will help us tune in the frequency of love using little known techniques including EFT, NLP & others, while clearing any blocks that might be present including unconscious blocks. This can even be used to address addictive behavior, which can be a block to full expression of love. We are all addicted to something. Some addictions are good, while others can block us from our health and fitness goals. Addictions can also keep us from attaining life goals and even stand in the way of our ability to truly love our self and others. PJ will teach quick and easy techniques, requiring very little time and effort to clear blocks, addictions and unhealthy behavior, both physically and mentally.


http://xgym.com


Friday September 9, 2011 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mary Gates Hall - Room 231 University of Washington, Seattle Campus