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International Vital Health Tour Stopping In Kapiti!
June 2012

International bestselling authors, natural health experts and acclaimed health educators Dr. Sarah Farrant, D.C. and Cyndi O'Meara are stopping in Paraparaumu for one night only on their Vital Health Tour.

Having wowed audiences in Australia with their mixture of cutting edge health knowledge, unconventional approach to nutrition and wellness, passion and entertaining style the Vital Health Tour has embarked on a New Zealand wide circuit .

Dr. Sarah Farrant is renowned for "telling it like it is" without the fluff and complication common in healthcare. She is the Author of "Vital Moms" a No.1 bestseller on Amazon in 2008 and was named "Non-fiction Writer of the Year' in 2007. She has shared her unique and vital health message on stage in Australia, New Zealand and the USA to thousands of people.

Cyndi O'Meara is a world renowned nutritionist. Her book "Changing Habits, Changing Lives" created a stir when it challenged the notions that "chocolate and butter are bad and low fat diets can make you healthy." She spends her time lecturing around the world, helping people to live fuller, healthier lives by being more thoughtful about what goes into their mouths.

This fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in a natural approach to health and Nutrition has been subsidised by sponsors, Thrive Chiropractic, Rimu Road Family Chiropractic and Common Sense Organics.

The Vital Health Tour will be stopping at the Coast Church, 57 Hinemoa St, Paraparaumu on Friday June 8th at 7:30. Places are limited.

Presale tickets are available from Thrive Chiropractic and Rimu Rd. Family Chiropractic for $10 and there will be limited cash only door sales for $15.

Dr. Iain Guest of Thrive Chiropractic is available for comment on 021 483780.

 
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