An Evening with Julie A. Fast: Four Strategies to Shake Away the Winter Blues

Join best-selling mental health author Julie A. Fast for an evening of information, restoration, and rejuvenation for the mind and body.

As the days get shorter and darkness descends here in Portland, it’s easy to get caught up in the winter blues. Lethargy, feeling of hopeless or worry that life is too difficult are all signs that the mood could use a boost of energy and the support of strategies that involve the latest technology. Enter the end of the year with energy and joy for life that positively increases joy in work, relationships, and life.

Julie will share her story, teaching strategies from her book ‘Get it Done When You’re Depressed‘ and work alongside BodyQuirks owners, Tara and Esther, to explore how Whole Body Vibration can boost mood, improve sleep and create a more stable and active body.

Julie’s classes fill up quickly, as she rarely teaches in Portland. Reserve your spot now and receive a homework packet that will help you prepare for this special event!

 Date: October 21st, 2017

Time: 4:30 PM – 6 PM

Location: 3311 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Ste 102

Portland, Oregon

Class size is limited. Please call the studio at (503) 233-9030 to reserve your place for this much-anticipated event.


Julies book ‘Get it Done When You’re Depressed: 50 Strategies for Keeping Your Life on Track‘ is #1 depression book on Amazon and is used around the world by people who want to move forward in life when the mood gets low.

Julie is the author of ‘Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder‘ and ‘Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder and Get it Done When You’re Depressed‘ with over 400,000 books sold. She is a columnist and blogger for BP Magazine for Bipolar and won the Mental Health America journalism award for the best mental health column in the US. She was the original consultant for Claire Danes for the show Homeland and is on the mental health expert registry for People Magazine. She works as a coach for parents and partners of people with bipolar disorder. Julie blogs for Psychology Today and the Huffington Post. Her blog at Bipolar Happens was just named a top blog of 2017 by You can find more about her work at and on Facebook at Julie A. Fast. Julie utilizes a combination of western and natural treatments to manage her depression.


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