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Karl MacPhee: Building a solid foundation for wellness
April 17, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm MDT
We’re excited to present this month’s speaker, personal health coach, Karl MacPhee.
Karl MacPhee is a husband, father, athlete, and Canadian armed forces veteran who lives with epilepsy. He is a passionate personal health coach with a demonstrated history working in various capacities in the fitness industry. Karl is an enthusiastic community builder and volunteer who loves connecting with new people. A lifetime outdoor enthusiast, Karl enjoys trail running, hiking & mountain biking in the beautiful Edmonton river valley trails.
“In all areas of health and wellbeing we must have a solid foundation to work with in order to be successful. Our journey will have bumps in the road, so in order to be ready for these inevitable situations, it’s helpful to have a keen understanding of what I call ‘The 5 Pillars of Health’.
As we journey through the evening together, we will explore each pillar in detail and work together to establish tangible strategies and structures that will help you work towards improving your health and wellbeing one day at a time.
My goal for this presentation is that each of you walk away with a fresh outlook on how you can realistically create positive changes in your daily routine. We will do this by establishing a set of habits to work with over time, and work together to brainstorm new perspectives to approach your personal journey.”
Like all our meetings, this event is free of charge. Please register at the link below so we know how many people to expect. See you there.
Where exactly is this classroom?
This space can be tricky to find – but don’t give up! As you enter the University of Alberta hospital at street level from the 112 street (East) entrance, look to the left for a set of double doors and an escalator/staircase. If you enter from the 114th Street (West) entrance, walk through the hospital all the way towards the 112 Street entrance and look to your right for the double doors and escalator/stairs.
Take the escalator/stairs to the second floor. Turn to your left and make a U-turn, proceeding along the hall (following the crosswalk style lines on the floor), across a small walkway that looks over the entrance below; this brings you into the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry space. Classroom A is through a set of doors (usually opened), down a short hallway, on your left.
Signage with the ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton logo will be placed to help you find your way.