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Open House | The Institute of Holistic Nutrition (Vancouver Campus)

June 1 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Free

9:30-11:00am
IHN’s Diploma Program Overview in Applied Holistic Nutrition:
Courses, Certification, Faculty, Admission Requirements, & Campus Culture
With Campus Manager & Program Advisor Joshua Fujimagari HBBA

Join this informative presentation to learn all about the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and our Applied Holistic Nutrition Diploma Program. Our Campus Manager, Joshua Fujimagari, will be discussing how to start the IHN program, including the process for application and admission requirements. You will also learn all about the certification that IHN provides and be informed about the broad range of experienced industry practitioners that make up our faculty. Information regarding our exclusive Work Experience Program and various career opportunities after graduation will also be covered. The lecture will also include experience on what a typical day is like as a student at IHN. Come discover the uniqueness of our program and learn more about IHN’s role in the community and field of natural health for the past 23 years.

11:30-1:00pm
Ayurveda: Mind/Body Healing – Rebalancing the Gut through Ayurveda
With Jaisri Lambert RPP, Certified Ayurveda Practitioner

Imbalances that inform and precipitate disease processes are considered to originate in psycho-emotional and psycho-spiritual disturbances, therefore meditation is considered the first and last medicine, to help re-equilibrate our consciousness. Balance and imbalance are defined according to the five element (panchamahabhuta) theory of Sankhiya philosophy, which also informs Yoga, or the science of re-unification of soul and Oversoul. Ayurveda helps to understand and re-balance the physiology, particularly optimal digestion and elimination, while Yoga is principally for re-balancing the mind. The two are therefore inseparable and were always taught together until modern times. You will learn practical means of restoring physical health such as individualized food guidelines (including herbal science), daily self-care practices and the theory of cleansing and rejuvenation according to ancient Ayurveda, still most valid today.

1:30-3:00pm
Comparative Diets – The Elusive Perfect Diet, Fact or Myth
With Connie Pretula CNP, RNCP, ROHP

Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, Flexitarian, how do you choose what is the healthiest diet? There are 7.5 Billion people in the world, should everyone eat the same? Every year there seems to be a new diet that will cure all of your ailments. Join Certified Nutritional Practitioner, Connie Pretula, as she talks about the various popular diet trends, the benefits and limitations, and how you can decide which diet is best for you and your health. How is your nutrition knowledge? There will be a fun quiz to see how much you know.

3:30-5:00pm
Preventive Health Care – Optimal Brain Power: Boosting cognitive function, memory and mood with Nutrition
With Jason Madden BBA (Hons.), CNP

Cognitive impairment, memory loss and mood disorders affect millions of people worldwide. However, a decline in brain health is NOT an inevitable part of the aging process. Learn how the food choices we make affect our focus, memory and mood. We will explore specific nutrients as well as lifestyle factors for energizing and rejuvenating your brain; giving you the tools to reclaim your power and to optimize your brain’s health and performance.

Details

Date:
June 1
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://instituteofholisticnutrition.com/current-events/open-house/vancouver/

Venue

The Institute of Holistic Nutrition – Vancouver Campus
604 West Broadway, Suite 300
Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 1G1 Canada
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Phone:
6045584000
Website:
www.instituteofholisticnutrition.com