TSBDF Family Education Workshop Saturday, September 30th @ Main Event Entertainment
Join us for Your Miracle, Your Life presented by James and Ali Stroker, sponsored by Inalex. This workshop asks you to open yourself up to explore the new paradigm that is in your life…and that is the opportunity to dance with adversity. The adversity of having a bleeding disorder, or another challenge in your life, is inviting you to question, grow, and release an old mindset, and discover a new and exciting chapter of your life.
Registration begins at 10 a.m., educational programming will take place 10:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., lunch break Noon-1 p.m.
Attendees are free to enjoy the fun! Each attendee will receive a $10 Main Event gift card to be enjoyed after the program or another day. This event is open to all patients with a bleeding disorder and their immediate family members living in the same household only. Childcare will be available for children under 16. Advanced registration is required and due by September 22nd.
Questions? Please contact the chapter office at firstname.lastname@example.org/513-961-4366.
James Stroker is an educator and sports coach who has spent over 30 years in the New Jersey Public School System as a wellness educator. His wellness program has been sited as one of the nations best; Mr. Stroker and his colleagues were named teachers of the year in 2011 and Coach Stroker was recently inducted into the New Jersey Coach Hall of Fame. He is a certified Vinyasa instructor, holding certification in Reiki 1 and 2 and is a Fascial Stretch Therapist. He teaches both core training and yoga through the Island Wellness Center in the Long Beach Island and is the creator of “Inspirational Hotline”, a morning message delivered to 700 students. He has brought his inspirational yoga practice and motivational techniques to a number of varying of facilities, including Cancer Centers, Residential Juvenile Centers, Male and Female Correction Facilities, and Substance Rehabilitation Centers. Jim is proud father of three remarkable children and finds so much of his own inspiration through their successes and passions.
Ali Stroker is an American actress and singer. She is the first actress who needs a wheelchair for mobility known to have appeared on a Broadway stage. Ali was part of The Glee Project, and won a guest starring role on Glee in 2013