Aging well — it’s what we all want!
Staying vital as one ages involves physical, emotional and mental health, according to Kathleen O’Dae, a specialist in nutrition, aging and holistic health.
O’Dae will discuss how to age well in a series of free gatherings from 9:15 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesdays starting May 6 and ending May 27, at Peace Lutheran Church, 828 W. Main St., near downtown Grass Valley. Coffee and baked goods are served at 9 a.m.
O’Dae is a medical speech pathologist and clinical nutritionist with degrees from California Polytechnic University and California State University, San Jose. Continued education has brought her to understand the link between nutrition and brain health; she also has studied ayurvedic medicine, therapeutic touch and cranial-sacral therapy.
“Aging Well, Staying Vital” is a four-week series presented by the Contemporary Issues Study Group of PEACE Lutheran Church. This group presents informed discussions on issues of public interest several times each year. Martin Luther, whose doctrines paved the way for the Lutheran Church, believed in the importance of people being educated and well-informed so they may exercise good decision at all levels of private and civic affairs.
For more information about the series, call (530) 273-9631. All are welcome.