Local news and opinion reaching the communities of nosara, samarA and Nicoya
Log in |
Return to homepage
home regional community sports entertainment surf nature health en Espa´┐Żol English
     
Archives
December 09
January 2010
February 2010
Water Edition
March 2010
April 2010
May 2010
June 2010
July 2010
August 2010
September 10
October 10
November 10
December 10
January 2011
February 2011
March 2011
April 2011
May 2011
June 2011
July 2011
August 2011
September 11
October 11
November 11
December 11
January 2012
February 2012
March 2012
April 2012
May 2012
June 2012
July 2012
August 2012
September 12
October 12
November 12
December 12
January 13
February 13
March 13
April 13
May 13
 
Media
Partners
  El Pais
  Inside Costa Rica
  Costa Spirit
  Q Costa Rica
  Today Costa Rica
  El Sabanero
connect
FaceBook
Twitter
 
CLASSIFIEDS
 
community
  Nosara Animal Care
   
  Nosara Info
   
Esquelita de Nosara
  Friends of Nosara
   
  Nosara Civic Association
  Nosara
Wildlife

Be Healthy and Happy during Samara’s Health Fair

By Sarah Cook

“Health and cheerfulness naturally beget each other,” said English writer Joseph Addison. You will likely concur with that statement if you spend an afternoon in Samara at this year’s health fair at the Natural Center Gym and Spa, located next to Samara school.

The Blue Zone Community Foundation (FCZA) is hosting this entertaining event to encourage and support community health. The fair will be held for two days this year, Friday, December 7th and Saturday, December 8th from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and activities will be abundant!

Like last year, participation in the fair is free. Services include therapeutic massage and acupuncture sessions, breathing techniques, health examinations and information on dentistry.

 


Don't miss the folkloric dance presentation during the health fair.

Interested in hearing about the biology of snakes? Insightful lectures will be held on this slimy topic, and children will have the opportunity to watch a lively puppet show also related to the topic of snakes. The fair will also include enlightening lectures on heart health, nutrition and Guanacaste’s climate change. Don’t miss out on Estrada’s folkloric dance group, a children’s ballet presentation, and a special nighttime event of documental movies and music, plus face painting for children.

Patsy Scott, founder of FCZA, is encouraging all surrounding communities to come join in the fun. The invitation has been extended to Estrada, Carrillo, El Torito, San Fernando, Santo Domingo, El Carmen, Punta Islita, Garza, Nosara, Los Altos Mora, Camaronal, Buena Vista, Santa Marta, and many more communities.  

FCZA has many goals, including helping the community to protect the environment, promoting cultural identity and promoting project developments that can aid in helping the Blue Zone of Nicoya Peninsula to prosper. “I firmly believe that if we all take responsibility at the local level, we have a global impact,” affirms Scott.


 

More Health News

Nature’s Pharmacy
Turmeric Sooths Aching Joints and Boosts the Immune System

Turmeric (curcuma longa) is a member of the ginger family. This herb’s flavor is pungent and bitter and has a warming effect. It contains the antioxidant curcumin, known for anticancer and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as lowering cholesterol. 

How to Pamper Yourself

Christmas! Hanukkah! New Year! A time to party, shop for gifts and "love your neighbors as you love yourself." Did you ever wonder, like me, how on earth you were supposed to love yourself?

Natural Glam in the Jungle

Life in the jungle along the Guanacaste coast is filled with natural resources to keep our skin and hair healthy and youthful. Here are some tried and true recipes you can make at home with easy-to-find food-based products that are completely chemical free.

Massage & Day Spas Help You De-Stress

Studies have shown that massage releases in the bloodstream serotonin that makes you feel very relaxed and endorphins that makes you feel quite happy, and the jungle is teeming with options for quality massages these days, as well as options for learning how to massage.

Health and Art Had Their Weekend in Samara

The second health fair held in Samara was bigger and better this year, taking place over two days instead of one, December 7-8, with more participants and volunteering than last year.


 

Contact us: NOSARA [email protected] / PUBLICITY and ADVERTISING [email protected]
Copyright 2012© The Voice of Nosara