Ormond Beach Doctor Sponsors a Webinar with former Mr. Universe, Dr. Chris Zaino

Local Chiropractic Clinic in Ormond Beach, Florida, Invites the Community to Attend a Webinar with former Mr. Universe, Dr. Chris Zaino to discuss the secrets to health and longevity.

Ormond Beach, United States - April 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Labonte Disc Institute, a local Chiropractic business, is inviting the Ormond Beach community to a Livestream on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 9:00pm ET (6pm PT) hosted by Dr. Chris Zaino, International Health and Wellness Speaker and Former Mr. American and Mr. Universe.

Residents of Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach and Palm Coast are invited to hear Dr. Zaino speak about the importance of Health and Wellness and how we must embrace a healthy lifestyle.

For the first time in history, our children are not supposed to outlive their parents, but there is a solution and action must be taken.

Parents are urged to become the Health Hero in their homes so that children and generations to follow will embrace this lifestyle and make it the new norm. During this live virtual webinar, Dr. Chris Zaino, one of the most sought after Health and Personal Development speakers who mesmerizes his audiences with researched backed by inspiration, will share the exact strategy to become the Health Hero that everyone is destined to be.

Register for the webinar here: http://drbilllabonte.synduit.com/HH0001

Our bodies are miraculous organisms that can do anything and everything as long as interferences are not standing in the way.

Your body can heal.

Your body can thrive.

Your body is powerful beyond measure.

When left uninterrupted, your body will provide you with everything you need to experience health and longevity, yet many people experience compromised health due to poor lifestyle decisions and recurring stresses.

This is why we invite you to participate in one of the most important webinars of 2018 as a mentor and dear friend, Dr. Chris Zaino, International Health and Wellness Speaker and Former Mr. America and Mr. Universe, will grace our community with his presence.

Sign up for this opportunity, share it with those in need, and get ready to transform your life forever.

“Dr. Zaino is one of the most effective communicators in the health and wellness industry and the fact that he has agreed to offer his knowledge to our community is just exciting beyond words,” says Dr. Bill Labonte of the Labonte Disc Institute.

Interested parties can learn more and register here: http://drbilllabonte.synduit.com/HH0001

More information about Dr. Bill Labonte can be found at http://www.labontediscinstitute.com

Contact Info:
Name: Jennifer Labonte
Email: staff@labontediscinstitute.com
Organization: Labonte Disc Institute
Address: 700 W Granada Blvd #107, Ormond Beach, FL 32174, United States
Phone: +1-386-677-2522

For more information, please visit http://www.labontediscinstitute.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331685

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