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"Real health is knowing that if you are not healthy, you cannot do anything for yourself or anyone else. Join us in Jamaica and take charge of your health today!
NEW YORK, NY, August 02, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Known as the "Fit Doc," Dr. Michele Reed is determined to improve the health of everyone she comes across through her numerous fitness programs. And there is no better place to do that than at the fabulous all-inclusive Half Moon Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, during the 2018 First Annual "Fit Doc Retreat" from Thursday, October 4 to Sunday, October 7.
The 2018 First Annual "Fit Doc Retreat" promises to be an overall fitness journey like no other—full of wonderful activities and workshops to better your health, nutrition and beauty. Experts will be on hand to educate, motivate and inspire you, including a makeup artist, a celebrity photographer, a foodie and the ultimate style expert, Editor-in-Chic Mikki Taylor.
"Step into the future you want to own," says Taylor, who spent 30 years as the former beauty director and cover editor of Essence Magazine.
Dr. Reed is committed to making the future of those who attend the retreat a healthy one, saying, "Real health is knowing that if you are not healthy, you cannot do anything for yourself or anyone else. It is taking the time to make sure that you are 'Mentally Fit and Physically Strong' to be able to do all the things you want to do."
This is the perfect opportunity to recharge with four days of activities and workshops geared toward better health, nutrition and beauty, while enjoying the kaleidoscope of beauty and fresh ocean breeze that Jamaica has to offer.
Get more details about the Fit Doc Retreat at www.fitdoc.com/retreat/.
About Dr. Michele C. Reed
Dr. Michele C. Reed is a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician, public speaker and best-selling author. She serves as the owner/medical director of MS Family Medicine Health Care, P.C., a holistic practice that serves diverse communities through two office locations in New York. Dr. Michele has been featured on the Rachael Ray Show, Newsday, New York Daily News, Ebony Magazine, Essence Magazine, Heart and Soul Magazine, and BlackDoctors.org. Additionally, she is a weekly contributor to Late Night Parents with Ted Hicks and Rich Valdez. She is deeply rooted in the fabric of the community where she spearheads health initiatives for numerous organizations where she serves The NAACP awarded Dr. Michele with the 2017 Dr. W. Montague Cobb Award for outstanding work in her local community. Her grassroots efforts have helped shape the lives of thousands in the Long Island area.
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