BSB VII: Three Health Gurus, Three Healthy Living Secrets
Just in time for Spring, three health and fitness gurus share their Beijing healthy living secrets! Dr. Brandon Ni will share his experiences with pollution-related respiratory issues, therapist Dr. Theo Cope will share his secrets regarding pressure and life balance, and Brittany Dunn will present the importance of fitness in health and happiness in the original fast-paced Bite-Sized Branding format: three speakers, three secrets each, and a Q&A!
BSB again presses pause on the marketing to focus on something of utmost importance to us all: living healthily here in Beijing. We’ll be returning to branding soon with something big… stay tuned!
There will be a 60rmb cover charge, which includes a free drink. Space is very limited for this one-night event so RSVP early at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DR. BRANDON NI
Attending Physician, SANFINE HOSPITAL
Dr. Ni has a degree in medicine from Tianjin University, a masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine from South Bay University in California. In 2008, and further studies and medical practice at the HOUSE Ear Research Institute, in the United States.
He has served as the attending physician at Triple A Hospital in Tianjin medical university, where he gained vast experience in multidisciplinary clinical practice, is currently serving as attending physician at Sanfine Hospital in Sanlitun, specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of many ENT and respiratory illnesses.
DR THEO COPE
Visiting Psychologist & Positive Psychotherapist, SOS INTERNATIONAL
Dr. Cope holds a postgraduate degree in Applied Psychology, is a Basic Consultant, Certified Family Consultant and a Psychotherapist practicing Positive Psychotherapy (PPT) with accreditation from the World Association of Positive Psychotherapy (WAPP) in Wiesbaden, Germany. PPT is a trans-cultural, humanistic approach that focuses on one’s capabilities and the content of conflict.
He has worked in various universities in China and in private practice: the Dongbei University of Finance & Economics (DUFE), in Dalian, the South China Normal University in Guangzhou and Dalian Medical University on such topics as psychotherapy, counseling, Analytical (Jungian) psychology and introduction to psychology. He has also provided training for Chinese counselors and therapists and has worked with a wide variety of individuals and cases with a focus on eating disorders, self-harming, depression, adjustment issues, and cross-cultural relationships.
Co-Founder, MIND BODY PROJECT
A long time energizing fitness coach, Heyrobics instructor/Educational Mentor, and Co-founder of The Mind Body Project, Brittany Dunn’s luminously smiling face is regular fixture on the Beijing fitness circuit.
You can also find her running her DramaFit programs with kids in international schools, making companies sweat in team buildings, and adjudicating Guinness World Record attempts.
In her words: “Healthy—starts with a strong mind to listen to what your body wants– feeding it with REAL food, flexing it with enjoyable movement and nourishing it with gratitude, kindness and compassion.”