Jennifer Navarro-Marroquin | Program Coordinator

Contact: Jennifer Navarro-Marroquin at jennifer@communitywellsf.com

Class Facilitators: There are multiple practitioners facilitating, see bio's below.

When:  10-12pm

  • Sunday, September 9th
  • Sunday, September 23rd
  • Sunday, October 14th
  • Sunday, October 21st
  • Saturday, November 17th
  • Sunday, November 18th

Cost: FREE! Start the enrollment process HERE!  Once you have claimed your ticket you will be contacted to schedule an enrollment phone call for these courses.

A FREE 6 Class course that will focus on natural methods to prevent chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, & heart disease. This is a family friendly event - bring your kids with you! 

  • ALL classes will have Spanish & Cantonese translation. Information in Spanish & Cantonese coming soon!

This course is for you if you want to:

  • Reduce your chance of a future chronic disease diagnosis
  • Create healthy family lifestyle
  • Learn natural methods to prevent chronic disease

Who would benefit from this program?

  • Individuals who have a chronic illness and want to learn natural methods to improve their condition and potentially reduce their medications with their doctor's supervision
  • Individuals who want to take a proactive approach and implement healthy practices that will increase their chances of preventing chronic illness
  • Parents who want to incorporate healthy lifestyle practices with their kids
  • Seniors who want to increase their energy levels and potentially expand their lifespan

The 6 interactive classes will focus on the following topics:

  • Chronic Illness Education/Prevention
  • Wellness In The Work Place
  • Nutrition For Chronic Illness Prevention
  • Herbs For Health & Wellness
  • Easy & Healthy Cooking For The Family
  • Grow Healthy Food In Your Home/Backyard

*Attend all 6 classes and be entered to win one of two Samsung Galaxy Tablet A 7*


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Angel Le | Certified Clinical Nutritionist & Health Therapist

Angel received her Clinical Nutrition Certificate from NHI College in Encinitas and offer Nutritional Consultations as well as Nutritional classes within the Peninsula. She carries nutrition as a passionate part of her small and growing family.

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Dominique Martin | Doula & Angel Intuitive | lunagracedoulas.com

Dominique is a health educator, birth & postpartum doula, and a spiritual practitioner. She has always been passionate about spiritual, mental, and physical health, and always knew her life purpose was that of a healer. Dominique is deeply committed to supporting people on their journey to better health & through all the changes in their lives. She received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health with an emphasis in Holistic Health from San Francisco State University & completed her labor and postpartum doula training at Cornerstone.

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Holly Calica | Clinical Herbalist

Holly Calica, Co-Founder of Luna Nueva Wellness Collective and Kalingafornia Laga, continues to bring her experience as an educator, artist, and herbalist to the San Francisco Bay Area. Her unique background as a Cultural Worker preserving Indigenous traditional knowledge, skills and practices lends itself to participating in the revitalization of plant medicine and other cultural practices in our time. She revels in teaching all she has learned about plant medicine, self-massage bodywork, and spiritual healing with the community in order for the community to learn about self-care and self-healing. She has spent the last five years collaborating with others to provide holistic and integrated care in private practice, clinical work and educational forums. Her current work is in mentoring community members in becoming herbalists to for the well being of all.

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Kahlilah Nelson

Bio coming soon…

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Urban Sprouts | www.urbansprouts.org

Community Gardening Educator Urban Sprouts is an organization dedicated to project-based learning around environmental and nutrition education. Urban Sprouts advances family health by promoting the increased consumption of fresh produce through food and garden-based activities that are culturally relevant. Urban Sprouts principally services historically under-resourced neighborhoods and public housing communities in southeast San Francisco