WISE & WELL Wanaka
** Please note we have changed location to the Lake Wanaka Centre due to overwhelming demand** New tickets are available but spaces are limited. Get in quick as our first 140 sold out within a week!
SMALL CHANGES, BIG IMPACT
Come and learn about living to your full health potential from some of Wanaka’s passionate local health practitioners and coaches. Understand how some small changes can have a big impact on how you live your life.
This is a free event for the Wanaka community, join us and bring your friends. We have lots to share with you. Please register for this event here as we have a limited number of seats available.
Speakers for the night
Emma Ferris– Wellness Architect & Breathing Physiotherapist.
The Breath Effect
‘How Stress can cause Pain.’
Emma Ferris is the Physiotherapist and brains behind The Big Exhale online breathing course. Her mission is to teach the world to breathe. Emma’s passion comes from her own life experiences and working to find solutions to her patient’s problem. Simple, practical and science based ways to help manage stress.
Jin Ong– Osteopath, Herbalist, Medical Acupuncturist & Psychosomatic Therapist.
‘The Art of Listening to your Body’
Jin Ong is an Osteopath with a strong interest in the mind-body connection and how our past and current emotional experiences can impact our physical health, manifesting as pain, injury and disease. Her aim is to create awareness, inspire change, and realise your full health potential.
Nikki Potts– Naturopath, Herbalist & Nutritionist.
Fusion Health Clinic
Nikki Potts is a clinical and functional Naturopath with a background in personal training and nutrition. She has a passion for rebalancing hormones and assisting with fertility issues. She delves deep into the inner workings of your body with a holistic investigative approach and treats naturally to help you feel amazing and healthy.
Merryn Johnston- Endurance Coach
‘A Few Ingredients to Make the Impossible Possible’
Merryn Johnston has experienced life as a pro-athlete and teacher. She now gets her kick out of helping others achieve their physical feats no matter how big or small. She firmly believes in the power of setting goals, whilst encouraging a balance between all aspects of life.
Lisa Carnie– Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist.
‘Why didn’t Anyone Tell me this Before?!
Lisa Carnie has a passion for all things pelvic floor. She works with both men and women with incontinence, childbirth trauma, pregnancy, pre-post gynaecological and prostate surgery. Her mission is to normalise talk around pelvic floor dysfunction and create awareness that effective treatment is available.
Dr. Mark Edmond– General Practitioner (GP)
Aspiring Medical Centre
‘How to wear your genes’
Dr. Mark Edmond is a local GP who has represented NZ at the Olympics in bobsled. He treats a broad range of issues sub-specialising in fatigue disorders, minor surgery, relationships, working with athletes and injuries. He has a particular interest in evidence-based natural medicine as well the science behind nutrient dense food.