Take Your Health to the Next Level at This Guangzhou Workshop

By That's Guangzhou, March 11, 2019

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After months of holiday indulgence, now is the time to make those lifestyle changes that will leave you feeling healthier and stronger than ever.

Guangzhou United Family Hospital is hosting its second ‘Healthy You Workshop’ series on Tuesday, March 19 for a morning of interactive workshops on health and wellness. The focus of the day will be on giving you firsthand knowledge and skills to build your healthiest and happiest life.

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Five experts in the health and wellness industry are fired up and ready to give participants the tools you need to be healthy, strong and beautiful on the inside and out.

Learn to cook nutritious meals, master simple movements for fitness and recovery, make your own natural skin-care products and learn to make the most of your inherited health traits. It will be a fresh and fun way to kick-start a healthier lifestyle after the holiday period and turn 2019 into the year of the healthy you!

Join the fun and learn simple health, wellbeing and beauty tricks that you can incorporate into your daily routine to make healthy living feel like a piece of cake!

Meet the five health gurus who will help you discover new ways to practice healthy living at this event’s engaging workshops:

Kara Wutzke – K2Fit Founder and Body Transformation Expert

10 Moves to Living Fitter, Healthier and Happier

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While Kara Wutzke was studying to become a fitness coach, it became her goal to find the best methods of training and the most effective style to get the body she wanted. She achieved this by eating only the cleanest foods, training as hard as possible and putting her physical fitness above everything else. While on this journey to see what could be accomplished aesthetically, she found something much more significant. Transforming her body took so much more than just working on the exterior; mental strength, determination and courage are just a few of the things she learned along the path to creating the best version of herself.

Her purpose is to serve others by guiding them through their journey that combines all aspects of body, mind and emotion. By thriving on small victories and striving toward big accomplishments, she helps others become the best version of themselves.

Wutzke will demonstrate 10 daily movements to keep you fit and strong, while explaining the benefits these movements will have on your confidence and keep you feeling fresh.

Jonathan Hanlon – TCM Physician of Guangzhou United Family Hospital

TCM and Body Types: Making The Most of What Nature Gave You

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Jon Hanlon is an acupuncturist and doctor of Chinese medicine at Guangzhou United Family Hospital. Using acupuncture and herbal medicine, he helps patients overcome their health issues so they can live the healthiest and happiest lives possible. Hanlon completed his university training in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in Australia and has gone on to study with renowned TCM doctors here in China. This year marks his 14th year in professional practice and he loves it more and more each year.

One thing he's learned through his years in practice is that good health depends on both a healthy lifestyle and a healthy mental outlook. However, there is more to it than that. Each person has certain unchangeable health traits that they inherit from their parents. Harlon will teach participants how to understand these traits according to Chinese medical body types, and how to modify their lifestyle to make the most of them. At this workshop, you can learn how to play to your strengths and not waste time or effort on things that aren't likely to work for your type. Knowledge is power, and Hanlon can't wait to share these tips with you.

Erick Chen – Athletic Therapist of Guangzhou United Family Hospital

Active Mobilization: Beyond Stretching

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As an American athletic trainer, Erick Chen has spent the last 18 years working in traditional sports, entertainment and clinical physical therapy. For the past six years, he has been working in the physical therapy department at Guangzhou United Family Hospital and previously spent four years working with Cirque du Soleil in Macau.  

A driving force behind Chen's philosophy of rehabilitation has been active movement. His goal is to teach patients how to reintroduce movement back into their lives after injury. With sedentary lifestyles becoming more common in society, movement is an essential part of life and is becoming a form of medicine. The question is: How to move safely? How do you prepare (or warm up) your body for high-intensity vigorous movement? Chen’s workshop will introduce participants to fundamental concepts of movement preparation. Chen and interested participants will use active mobilization techniques to enhance movement preparation, improve performance and reduce the risk of injury.   

From weekend warriors to daily fitness enthusiasts, the goal is to teach multiple ways anyone can use to stay active.

Tiffany Rowlands – Health Coach

Portion Distortion: How to Build a Balanced Meal

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Tiffany is a British health coach and nutritionist. She trained at one of the world's biggest nutrition schools in New York and is now practicing in China. Rowlands helps people with all of their nutrition-related health and wellness goals, from weight loss to sports performance and everything in between.

Her role on the day will be to show you how to create a perfectly balanced plate of food. Not only will she discuss the best foods for optimal health, but also show you how much of each macronutrient you need to feel your best. She’ll do this by helping you create a mouthwatering Buddha bowl. And the best part is you also get to eat it!

Audrey Tournier – Founder of Slow Living

Natural Skin-Care Routine: Nurture and Simplify

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Audrey Tournier is a Frenchwoman who left the corporate world in China after 10 years to take a two-year sabbatical to reflect on what she truly wanted to do in life. She traveled a lot and started learning both professional skin-care formulation and aromatherapy. Today her goal and passion is reconnecting people to nature. Tournier makes cosmetics using natural ingredients that are nurturing for your skin, as well as aromatherapy blends for various physical and emotional conditions (eczema, scar healing, stress, insomnia, etc.)

During Tournier’s workshop, she will explain why natural skincare is good for your skin and the main problems regarding commercial skincare. She will teach you how to make an awesome facial cleanser and moisturizer with just a few simple ingredients.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up today by scanning the QR code below or add Kara on WeChat (ID: Wutzke) for a truly life-changing event. 

That’s Guangzhou readers also have the chance to win a pair of FREE tickets! For your chance to win, simply share this article to your Moments with the caption  ‘Healthy You Workshop – That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our official WeChat account (ID: ThatsGuangzhou) along with your name, email address and phone number.  


Tue Mar 19, 9.30am-noon, RMB328. Guangzhou United Family Hospital.

All of the proceeds from this event will go to Hopeful Hearts. Hopeful Hearts works to raise awareness and funds to provide lifesaving heart surgeries for children of low-income families.

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