WCTT Hosts T. Bronstein at March 6 Meeting
The Woman’s Club of Tewksbury Township hosts WCTT Member Tami Bronstein, BSc., Phyt. (HONS), MNIMH, AHG., on Tuesday, March 6, at the Oldwick Manor, behind the firehouse in Oldwick, 08858. Coffee will be served at 9 AM followed by the meeting, chaired by Club President Anne Diamente, and the program.
Bronstein is qualified as a Medical Herbalist through BSc at the University of Wales, England, with Post-Graduate work alongside Medical Doctors of France – in an Integrative Neuroendocrine-Immunology therapy model. She holds a BSc in Exercise Physiology and Psychology from Hofstra University, NY and has 25 years nationally certified experience in Neuromuscular, Osteopathic and Joint mobilization in manual therapies for Pain and Rehabilitation.
Ever wonder why transitional seasons cause greater disruptions in Hormonal, Metabolic and Immune functions? Bronstein will discuss why the body continues its winter weather regulatory functions, when slowly emerging daylight hours and warming temperatures begin to trigger hormonal changes that impact how well one feels.
Reservations are required. Inclement weather may cause the meeting to be cancelled. Reservations and cancelation information can be had by calling 908-509-1855.
WCTT is a service organization responding to community needs as they arise and is open to any woman 18 years or older residing in Tewksbury or the surrounding areas. For information visit www.tewksburywomansclub.org.