Healthy Aging:

Food, Fitness, and Tai Chi after 50

(w/Christine Rosenbloom)

Live Webinar/Workshop:

Wednesday May. 25 2022 3:00pm ET/12:00pm PT

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When? Wednesday May 25th @3pm ET

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What we’re going to cover:

Every day we each get one day older.  Acceptance of our aging is not the same thing as “giving in,” however.  Let’s embrace aging by learning how to navigate the inevitable changes along with learning how we can positively impact those same changes with the lifestyle choices that we make.  In this webinar, we will have a lively conversation with Christine Rosenbloom, one of the co-authors of Food & Fitness after 50.  The mantra for this award winning book is Eat Well, Move Well, Be Well.  We will discuss some nutrition approaches to adopt as we age, and consider all components of a well-rounded exercise plan including Tai Chi.  Being well every day of our lives is something we can definitely work at doing.  Join us for this informative discussion on Wednesday, May 25th at 3pm Eastern.

Who this is for:

  • An aging adult looking to stay healthy and functional
  • Curious students who want to learn Tai Chi themselves
  • Trainers needing CEC’s and new ways to help their clientele
  • Business owner looking to provide a valuable and profitable service
  • Those who want to help the aging population

About the Presenters:

Dianne Bailey, CSCS, CTCI-1

  • Certified Tai Chi Instructor, American Tai Chi and Qigong Association, Open the Door
  • 4th degree black belt Taekwondo
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA
  • Owner, Head Trainer, The Conditioning Classroom
  • Industry speaker and Tai Chi specialist: FAI, Fitness Fest, International Council on Active Aging
  • Author: Eating Simply; Healthy, Happy & Fit;  Open the Door to Tai Chi . . . Tai Chi for the Everyday Person

About the Presenters:

Christine Rosenbloom

Dr. Rosenbloom is president of Chris Rosenbloom Food and Nutrition Services, LLC. She enjoys working with a variety of food and nutrition partners to synthesize nutrition research literature and develop communications for health professionals and consumers. She is the author of the award-winning consumer book (with Dr. Bob Murray), Food & Fitness After 50, featuring information on eating well, moving well, and being well for adults in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond. She supports the messages in the book with a biweekly blog, Fit to Eat.

Dr. Rosenbloom is a professor emerita of nutrition at Georgia State University, where for 30 years she held various teaching and administrative positions, including department chair and associate dean. She was the sports dietitian for athletes at the university for 20 years.

As an active member of The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, she was honored with the Medallion Award in 2019 for lifetime achievement. She chaired the Academy Positions Committee for two years, chaired the Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition (SCAN) practice group; edited two editions of Sports Nutrition: A Practice Manual for Professionals and served as assistant editor for the 6th edition. She was an Academy spokesperson for eleven years.

She received a Bachelor of Science in food and nutrition from Kent State University (Ohio) in 1973 and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Minnesota in 1974. Her doctorate was earned in sociology with a gerontology concentration from Georgia State University in 1989.

She lives on Lake Hartwell in Georgia with her husband, Rob. She has a big dog and remains functionally fit so that she can lift a 50-pound bag of dog food.

Register for this LIVE Webinar/Workshop

When? Wednesday May 25th @3pm ET

*  Your Information is 100% Secure And Will Never Be Shared With Anyone