Fitness for EveryBODY will offer their monthly nutrition seminar focusing on the importance of sleep, “Sleep and THRIVE,” on Thursday, June 2, 2011, from 6-7pm at the Milwaukee Public Market.
You may not consider sleep to be part of your nutrition regimen; however, getting enough restful sleep has everything to do with good health from fat loss and clear skin to a healthy libido and feeling energized throughout your entire day. Join Coach Amy Friese as she leads you through the reasons why and how to make sleep a priority in your life.
"Sleep is one of the most overlooked and underappreciated components of our health. If you want to have a better sex life, manage your weight, reduce stress or increase energy, sleeping is the golden ticket," explains Friese.
The seminar will be held on the 2nd floor of the Market. Cost is $20. To register, visit fit4ebody.com/classes.
About Fitness for EveryBODY
Fitness for EveryBODY, LLC is dedicated to improving the fitness level and overall life satisfaction of its clients by offering exceptional small group training, yoga and nutritional education. By becoming mindful and actively participating in these activities, our clients achieve success in all aspects of their lives. For information on additional classes and schedules, visit Fit4eBody.com.
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