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Friday, November 1, 2019

Happy Halloween + November events

We hope you all enjoyed a safe and happy Halloween!

Be sure to check out Team Oasis Family Medicine in the fun photos and video below. (In case you're wondering, the top photo with the baby in it is my son, Kamal, and he is our team doctor ;)

To learn more about the Oasis Family Medicine team, click here. 

And don't forget to check out the November events down below!


November Event Highlights

Two Special Events with Dr. Zach Bush 
Monday, November 18, 2019

6:30 pm - Fireside Chat: Join Zach Bush, MD, for a fireside chat with Greater Pasadena Community Members, their Doctors, and their Farmers. Doctors and Healthcare Practitioners are increasingly aware of the central role of FOOD and the ENVIRONMENT in many current chronic disease epidemics. Community Members are also increasingly changing their PURCHASING and LIFESTYLE choices to reverse this trend. This discussion will "close the loop" in the healthcare cycle, by including the FOUNDATIONAL ROLE of American famers in transforming the health of this generation...and all the generations to follow. 

9:00 pm - VIP Dinner: Join Zach Bush, MD and a small group of friends for a rare dinner opportunity to support Farmer's Footprint Docuseries. This intimate evening will be filled with inspiring conversation about the state of American healthcare and the environment, as well as the challenges and solutions available to us all. Dr. Bush is known for his deep insight into the complex nature of today's challenges, as well as his immense optimism rooted in both science and the human spirit. Don't miss an opportunity to be a part of this memorable evening. 100% of proceeds go to reach the goal of raising $50,000 to complete the Farmer's Footprint Docuseries and release it on National Media. 

Awareness Through Movement® lessons
with Luz Ugalde
You may have heard the saying, “sitting is the new smoking,” which is credited to Dr. Levine, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic. Sounds frightening. The problem is not sitting. The problem for most of us is the way we sit. Most chairs are not designed to support our sitting upright, causing us to slouch and compromise our breathing. The motor cortex part of the brain is responsible for movement and when we stop moving and are seated in a disorganized way, the motor cortex goes to sleep. Anyone can wake up their brain and learn to sit in a healthy way. Awareness Through Movement® for healthy sitting lessons will train your brain to stay awake, sitting upright will become more comfortable and much easier.
Come and join us Wednesday, November 20 at 6:00pm for Awareness Through Movement® lessons with Luz Ugalde using small, gentle, mindful and pleasurable movements that will relieve aches and pains, improve breathing as well as thinking and creativity, help prevent carpal tunnel and repetitive strain injuries. Seats are limited, so please be sure to RSVP! 
Have a great week, and feel free to pass this along!

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