“Wellness is generally used to mean a healthy balance of the mind, body and spirit that results in an overall feeling of well-being.” At Rollingwood, we strive to provide many ways to help you achieve wellness through exercise, activities, education, feeling good, having fun and building friendships.
Rollingwood has an amazing group of onsite staff that are knowledgeable in assisting you with many aspects of wellness from nutrition to physical therapy to massage.
Health Education Workshops with Lynn Alberts
Working on your health from the inside out. Looking in, using your food as medicine. To the outside, what is effecting your health within your environment.
In this five part series you will get to hear from experts in the field, gather easy take home tips and have a comfortable platform to ask questions.
September 11 – October 9
1 | Meet Meat . Sept. 11, 5:00 pm (90m)
Guest Erik Miller from V Miller Meats. Organic Butcher.
2 | Veg Head . Sept. 18, 5:30 pm (60m)
Guest Toni Mounts, Vegan Chef. Food prep, produce & spices.
3 | Sugar Crush . Sept. 25, 5:30 pm (60m)
Guest Karen Asher, Nutrition Response Therapist. How sugars destroy your body.
4 | All Om . Oct. 2, 5:30 pm (60m)
Guest Melanie Segal, Mind/Body Trainer. Physical and mental exercises.
5 | Just Breathe . Oct. 9, 5:30 pm
Guest Christelle S., YoungLiving. Keeping your environment natural.
$55 for the series | $15 per class drop-in
SIGN-UP FOR A CLASS AT www.rollingwoodclub.com/schedule/
The miracle of bodywork is that it really works on many levels. Our Therapeutic Massage department is one key to healing yourself and releasing the every-day stress and tension that builds up and causes improper movement, which can lead to injury and fatigue. Lynn Alberts, CMT is well-practiced in proactive therapeutic bodywork and will work with you to establish a plan that can not only alleviate pain and stress symptoms, but actively prevent further injury and tension.
To find out more or to schedule a massage session, contact [email protected] or call the front desk and ask for Lynn at (916) 988-1727.
It’s clear that what we eat is one of the most important aspects of total health and wellness. We love to educate and enlighten with fact-based information so check our schedule often for nutrition sessions happening in RAC U, programs offered by our fantastic RAC staff and well-researched posts on our social media channels and blog.