Reduce Stress, Radon Exposure at Healthy Life Expo November 4-5
Sep 26, 2017 10:44AM
From radon reduction to stress reduction, the 29th Healthy Life Expo offers many ways to improve health. The Midwest’s largest health and wellness expo runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., November 4 to 5, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Nearly 200 exhibitors will be on hand to display the latest products and services for better health and fitness. Gluten free foods will be available for sampling. The Back Road Kickers will demonstrate square dancing and USA Karate will hold a karate demo at 2 p.m. on November 4 and a tournament all day November 5, the latter benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.
The event will feature speakers on three stages. Sarah Routman will take show attendees through a session of Laughter Yoga at 10:30 a.m., November 5. The stress-relieving curriculum includes smile-ups and creative laughter exercise games to get people up and moving. A leadership instructor and wellness champion at the University of Minnesota, Routman has also published two laughter coloring books which she will talk about in a Sunday coloring session.
Lynell Hage, RN will present a demonstration of Bemer technology which increases blood flow and improves circulation, resulting in stress reduction and increased endurance and mental acuity. NASA used Bemer technology in its space suits. Hage, who has used the therapy for almost a decade, will speak at 11 a.m. on November 4.
At noon, on November 4, Dr. Mark Steenerson of the Health Restoration Center will talk about the three secret causes of stress and how stress affects hormones, sleep, weight gain, chronic pain and blood sugar.
Kayla O’Rourke, owner of the Bar Method, which is opening this fall in Minneapolis’ North Loop neighborhood, will demonstrate the Bar Method workout, at 1 p.m., November 4. The workout uses isometrics, interval training and dance conditioning while emphasizing sculpting more than other barre workouts by targeting the muscles that play the largest role in changing the shape of the body.
Mike Thompson, from Midwest Radon Specialists, will take the stage at 2 p.m., November 5, to discuss and share health concerns regarding radon as well as common methods of reducing indoor radon levels.
Garrett McCormick, Thirtytwo Degrees, LLC, takes the stage at 11 a.m., November 5, to discuss true probiotics and their importance in maintaining healthy body chemistry.
Spruce Krause will take the stage at 2 p.m., on November 4, with tips and tools for Awakening Happiness and will also offer mini healing sessions at her booth.
Not many grocery chains have on-staff dietitians, but Hy-Vee does. Meet registered dietitians Katie Mandell and Mary Brunner on stage at 3 p.m., November 4, and learn how they can provide nutrition counseling, lifestyle management programs and cooking classes, among other services.
Rosaline Sterenborg is the sole American distributor of Curaloe Aloe Vera Juice. At 11 a.m., November 4, she will focus on the benefits of aloe vera in the diet, including fatigue and stress reduction, strengthening of the immune system and as a digestive aid.
TV and radio personalities will also be on hand. The expo will award free goodie bags to the first 100 attendees.
Cost: $6; free with ad or with non-perishable food donation to the Twin Cities Food Drive. Location: 1301 Second Ave. S., Minneapolis. For more information, call 952-238-1700 and/or visit MediaMaxEvents.com.