Hartt & Soul Productions Presents: Benefitting One World
Positive Thinking Supports Development
Show Time : 10:00 AM
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has become a crippling repercussion for many of our nation’s heroes. The effects can not only be felt by the heroes, but by their family and loved ones that so desperately want to show their love and support. But with time, support, and good self-care, the symptoms of PTSD can be drastically reduced, if not totally healed.
Make A Vet Sweat (MAVS) is a nonprofit organization committed to serving Veterans by sponsoring their applicants at their local gyms for 90 days to sweat out the toxins of PTSD with like-minded people.
With the united purpose to make a positive impact on others and by focusing on self-care, Make and Vet Sweat and Alpha Pump Coaching have teamed up to bring you an event to help redefine PTSD, by providing best practices and solutions in mindset, mindfulness, fitness, and community that supports and accelerates the healing process for our heroes. Furthermore, there will be a focus on veteran’s families and loved ones, giving them their own strategies to help support their hero.
Veterans, active-duty soldiers, their families, and supporters will all benefit from the life-changing coaching given at this event from MAVS founder Justin Bohannon, Alpha Pump founder Zack Blakeney, a 15 min home-workout kettlebell demonstration, and more special guests speakers to be announced.
Sponsors and vendors will be present with giveaways, and a 90-day video-lead workout plan with lunch is included in the ticket price. A portion of all proceeds for this event will be donated to MAVS, providing a substantial influx of memberships to applicants on their waiting list.
To learn more about MAVS click here.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please send an email to email@example.com
Professional Disclaimer: This event’s content does not contain professional medical advice. The professional information is provided for general information and educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice in physical and mental health.