Expanding Nutrition Food Program

Expanding Nutrition Food Program

by St. John's, Lakeport

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Lakeport is expanding its Nutrition Food Program for Children to include health, fitness and wellness with health practitioner and yoga therapist Michelle Marie Duguay.

Duguay has extensive study, research and professional experience with conventional, integrative and holistic medicine. Her professional experience focuses on diet, nutrition, and health and wellness therapies such as relaxation, stress management and fitness.

She previously worked at Sutter Hospital’s Wellness Program, which closes November 30th, and for eight years at Stanford Hospital and Clinic’s Cancer Center.

“We’re excited to have Michelle lead movement classes at St. John’s Monday through Friday at 10:30 a.m. beginning December 2,” said Parish Priest Fr. Leo M. Joseph, O.S.F. “Classes will be offered on a donation basis. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. She will also offer classes on diet and nutrition.”
With her education and training, Duguay helps people find healthy, fruitful lives. “I’m honored to share all of this with the community of St. John’s Church,” she said. “Together we will support health and wellness in Lake County.”

You can read more about Duguay at michelleduguay.wordpress.com/about.

All are welcome at St. John’s Episcopal Church Sunday services at 10 a.m., 1190 N. Forbes Street, Lakeport. The presence and ministry of The Episcopal Church in Lake County since 1977, St. John’s is a visible, welcoming family of Christ, resolved to deepen our relationship with God.

For further information, please call Fr. Leo at (707) 349-6563 or see St. John’s website: www.saintjohnslakeport.org.


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