Living in the "Fifty Plus" Zone

If you're looking to connect with other women living in the fifty plus zone of life, get great information, specifically tailored for you, from experts in their fields, then this event is for you.

Join us on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at the Thornhill Community Centre.
7755 Bayview Avenue (Bayview & John)  |  9:30AM - 2:45PM

Scroll down to view the itinerary, and learn more about the workshops and facilitators.

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Key Note Address (9:30-10AM):
Finding passion, purpose and peace of mind by Sara Dimerman, Psychologist/Author,

Morning Workshop (10:15-11:45AM)

Lunch (12-1PM):
Santorinis restaurant next door (optional)

Afternoon Workshop (1:15-2:45PM)



Hectic Hormones: How to tame yours

Facilitated by Dr. Rebecca Bodok, M.D., C.C.F.P.

Rebecca Bodok is a family physician, a member of the Canadian college of family physicians and has been practicing family medicine since 1999. 

She has a keen interest in natural integrative medicine and has become highly experienced at identifying and treating the needs of women with various hormone imbalances. She has taken numerous courses and completed an endocrinology fellowship at the American Academy of Anti- Aging Medicine based out of the University of Florida. She studied under the tutorship of some of Canada, the U.S. and Europe’s leading bio-identical hormone experts. In January 2010 she founded Vital Transitions, a specialty clinic dealing specifically with the all-natural treatment of symptoms related to the changes of midlife, namely premenopause, perimenopause and menopause. 

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Your Changing Body: Eating for Optimum Health after 50

Facilitated by Sandra Edwards, RD

Research shows that healthy eating habits combined with a healthy lifestyle and positive thinking can add energy to your day and years to your life.

In this presentation you will learn about strategies towards creating a healthy eating routine that can improve your health and well being by providing benefits such as a lower risk of chronic disease and a better immune system which may result in a longer lifespan.

Sandra is a Registered Dietitian with an established nutrition coaching practice in Markham, Ontario. She has a passion for helping people achieve a healthier lifestyle. Sandra also works part-time for the provincially funded program called EatRight Ontario, where she assists Ontarians with general nutrition advice on healthy eating throughout the lifecycle, healthy eating for medical concerns, and all types of questions relating to food and nutrition.

Sandra has an Honours Bachelor of Science majoring in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, a Dietetic Internship from St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, a certificate in an intensive Health Coaching program and is a certified Craving Change facilitator – which is a program focused on helping people change their relationship with food.