Archive for May, 2017

  • Round-tables with Dra. Sylvia Domack, homeopath from Germany

    May 8, 17 • Marion • Health Issues, TopicsComments Off on Round-tables with Dra. Sylvia Domack, homeopath from GermanyRead More »

    Homeopathy in Germany has a long tradition and education and practice enjoy a high reputation worldwide. Homeopathic treatments both for prevention and in case of diseases are seen as alternative medicine and become more and more popular. Any kind of remedies used by homeopaths is based on phytotherapy. This is the natural way to stay healthy and treat diseases, which is more recommendable than the intake of chemical-based medicine. This aspect is especially important for women during and after pregnancies, for children and for elderly persons when age-related disorders increase. Dra. Sylvia Domack gained professional experience during the last 16 years with her own clinic in Frankfurt. Being on visit in Brasilia, she offers round-tables explaining the advantages of homeopathy as a more healthy alternative to traditional medical treatment giving short introductions to various subjects, like: Wednesday, May 10: Cholesterin – is it good or bad? Risk factors for heart disease, high blood   pressure and strokes. What kind of nutrition, food or diet is really helpful. Tuesday, May 16: Diets and nutrition for sport – how you can help your body to build up strengh, duration end effectiveness in a positive and easy way. Wednesday, May 17: Nutritional care for pregnancy and children’s growth. Important vitamins and minerals for  child’s development. Friday, May 19: Boost your memory! – How well balanced nutrition may help to improve and maintain good memory, and also to avoid mental diseases (e.g. Alzheimer) The meetings take place at lunch time 12.30 – 14.30 at the vegetarian

  • Walking Tour: Brasília – Vila Planalto

    May 8, 17 • Marion • Excursions, TopicsComments Off on Walking Tour: Brasília – Vila PlanaltoRead More »

    Vila Planalto is the oldest part of Brasília where workers and engineers had been settled during the construction period of the town. The village was supposed to be demolished  after the inauguration of Brasília, but the families refused to move away. The Walking Tour shows you a picture of 50 years of urban architecture of Brasília, – a scale from still existing wooden houses to modern concrete buildings. You will live moments of day-to-day life of Brazilian village people which is complete different from the rest of the capital. Vila Planalto, being centrally located, recently became popular for urban living. Its  gastronomic scene is amazing, – you will know some of the more than 40 restaurants and lanchonetes which are mainly frequented for lunch time. And you will be shown some selected shops and services of general interest.   From the external street, along green areas, you will enjoy a magnificant view onto the Lago Paranoa and the Digital TV Tower. Availability: any day (except Sunday) with prior notice of min. 1 week before date Participation: closed groups of min. 4 – max. 6 persons Duration: 2 hours from 10 – 12 a.m. Investment: R$ 50 / person   Remarks: – The tour can also be booked by 1-3 persons; in this case, the minimum investment of R$ 200 will be charged and divided among the participants. – Single persons interested might

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