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      Local experts to discuss women's health

      Working out and eating right are two things Suzi McKee does daily. As a wellness expert and personal trainer, she knows the ins and outs of living a healthy lifestyle. And she hopes to spread that knowledge in an upcoming seminar for women.

      The Women's Total Health Retreat is scheduled for February 21st & 22nd in Amarillo at Suzi's place of business, "Live Well Fit" a fitness facility for women.

      Experts on women's hormones, digestive health, sexual health, spiritual health, and physical fitness are slated to speak at the event.

      "If you've always wanted to know what kind of foods to eat to balance your hormones, how food affects your digestive process, we are answering those questions. You definitely want to be at this event," McKee said.

      There will be local vendor booths, prizes, special fitness classes, breakfast by Belmar Bakery, and lunch by Zemer's Deli.

      Plus, McKee said there will be door prizes for massages, facials, clothing, and a chance to win a three-month membership to Live Well Fit.

      Registration is $25 before February 15th and $35 after. That fee includes both days and two meals.

      Friday Feb. 21st:

      Doors Open at 6:00 PM with optional girls-night out Yogalates workout at 6:15 PM.

      Speaker Kaye Renshaw speaks at 7:45 pm. Chair massages and booths open.

      Saturday Feb. 22nd:

      Doors open at 8:00 AM with optional Cardio & Toning Workout at 8:15 AM with Suzi. Breakfast to be served at 8:45 AM through 9:30 AM followed by prize drawings and speaker Dr. Joanna Moore on digestive health, Debbie Skinner on spiritual health, and Dr. Marjorie Jenkins on hormonal health.

      Tickets are $25 if purchased before February 15th and $35 after. Ticket price includes both days and two meals.

      Register at live-well-fit.com

      Live Well Fit is located at 6205 Southwest 34th in Amarillo (in the Court Time / Volleyball building- behind Bank of America in Puckett Plaza)