Author Visit at Warwick & Stanthorpe Libraries
If you or a loved one suffers from depression, anxiety, worry or other stress-related conditions, this author visit could be exactly what you need.
The Warwick and Stanthorpe Libraries are pleased to host an author visit this month.
Author Wayne Ellis wrote the book following a minor operation that nearly killed him and says, “What if there were solutions to reduce your stress and improve the quality of your life?”
In his book Kissing the Black Dog, author Wayne Ellis draws on a wide variety of tools and practical ways to improve your physical, mental and emotional health. Wayne has been involved in health for over 25 years and collected information from a wide variety of sources.
In his talk Wayne will focus on the basic things each person can do, such as how to better absorb water, the powerful effects of breathing and increasing oxygen absorption and the important of a pH balanced alkaline diet. The other key to reducing stress, Wayne believes, is gratitude.
“You really can improve the quality of your own health when you are informed.”
There is no cost for this event.
This event will take place at the Warwick Library, 10:30am, and the Stanthorpe Library, 2:00pm, on Wednesday 23 August. A light morning and afternoon tea will be provided.
Please RSVP by Monday 21 August – and for more information, contact Warwick Library on 4661 0342 and Stanthorpe Library on 4681 2141.
Southern Downs Portfolio Councillor for Regional Promotion, Tourism & the Arts Rod Kelly is pleased that the libraries in Warwick and Stanthorpe are able to support author visits. “I encourage all residents with an interest in health and wellbeing to come along to hear Mr Ellis. It promises to be a fantastic morning.”