Wednesday 28.11 at 6pm at Old Arkadia: screening hosted by Simon Dannapfel of ‘The Sacred Science’ by Nicholas Polizzi

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Dear friend of Arkadia,

You are invited to the screening hosted by Simon Dannapfel of “The Sacred Science” by Nicholas Polizzi on Wednesday 28.11 at 6pm.

The Sacred Science follows eight people from all different walks of life, with varying physical and psychological ailments, as they embark on a one-month healing journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle. Working with a handful of local Shamanic healers and using a combination
of plant medicine and intense spiritual exercises, the barriers between physical health and mental well-being are blurred and eventually eliminated altogether.

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To book a seat for the screening please email Simon at
A 4 euro donation is kindly requested to cover the screening rights, refreshments and hosting costs.

You are also asked to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the film to enable a prompt start.

Please join the discussion and express your views! You are most heartily encouraged to do


Warm regards,


Simon is a personal trainer, sports coach and health and fitness enthusiast living Helsinki after moving from New Zealand four years ago.

He has been involved in the fitness industry professionally for 10 years and his mission is to understand and integrate the physical, nutritional, mental and lifestyle needs of clients in order to create purposeful living based upon a solid foundation of physical excellence. He is currently working as a personal trainer at Elixia in Salmisaari.

He is hosting the film showing of The Sacred Science to share his ongoing interest in different approaches to achieving health and well-being in the modern world. An open-minded and friendly discussion about the topics raised in the film will follow the screening.

For more information about Simon, please visit or look up Fitness To Health on Facebook.