NEW YORK, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Suzanne Somers, one of America's most popular women's health advocates, has partnered with Cinema Events, LLC, a production, marketing, and event distribution company; Screenvision, the leading innovator in cinema advertising; and Alan Hamel Productions to bring one of her most popular talks on aging and wellness to a national cinema audience. "Suzanne Somers' BREAKTHROUGH Tour" is an honest, engaging and often humorous discussion encouraging viewers to take charge of their health, recapture their youth and maintain their vitality. This unique cinema event will premiere in theaters nationwide on November 4, 2010.
A must-see for men and women alike, "Suzanne Somers' BREAKTHROUGH Tour" provides an informative and engaging discussion about how she educated herself and took control of her health. Moviegoers will learn how Suzanne tackles difficult life experiences, including cancer, aging and menopause, and the daily steps she takes to stay ageless and vital in a toxic world. Suzanne also explains how men can maintain their vigor, libido, energy, and lust for life.
Both women and men will come away from this experience with important information they may never hear from their conventional doctors. In particular, Suzanne highlights the benefits she has discovered by engaging in cutting-edge bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), which she credits for re-establishing her vivacity, energy and happiness. Moviegoers recently saw Samantha live by Suzanne's rules in "Sex and the City 2" – now they can learn how to conquer menopause with the "juice of youth!"
In her "BREAKTHROUGH" cinema event, Suzanne busts open the paradigm of conventional cancer treatments and creates a step-by-step action plan based upon hundreds of interviews with doctors and scientists who are having great success with alternative treatments. She reflects on her own cancer scares with a fervent plea to persuade people to seize a commanding role in their health treatments, urging viewers to ask the questions their doctors aren't asking, to educate themselves about alternative therapies and to seek out information for addressing their health issues rather than merely taking conventional treatments at face value. "No one is going to care more about your health than you," Suzanne insists. "No one."
As a New York Times bestselling author of 20 books and highly sought-after speaker on cutting-edge health and aging information, Suzanne's take-charge attitude in her own life provides the inspiration for her "BREAKTHROUGH Tour" and builds on a culmination of her personal health revelations.
"In a time when personal wellness is at the forefront of consumer consciousness, I find it absolutely essential to take these difficult conversations out of hiding and into an open forum where men and women can find new avenues for managing their health and well-being," says Suzanne. "I feel like these conversations have been whispers, when a megaphone is essential and I am grateful to have the opportunity to bring this to a larger audience, where I believe it belongs. I am living proof that it is possible to successfully take charge of your health, live a long and vital life, and die happy."
"Suzanne Somers' BREAKTHROUGH Tour" will be shown in theaters across the country on November 4, 2010, with an encore presentation on November 9, 2010. Visit www.SuzanneSomers.com to find a theater in your area and to purchase tickets. Admission for the event will be $12-15.
"Suzanne has such a tremendous following around the country and her words will hit home for a lot of people," says Megan Tarter, head of production and distribution for Cinema Events. "We are thrilled to have this opportunity to work with her and to distribute a film that befits the importance of her message and deliver it to men and women around the country. I believe viewers will feel empowered and inspired by Suzanne's experiences."
"Healthier living is something many Americans are increasingly becoming more aware of and Screenvision is honored to be a partner in this initiative," said Darryl Schaffer, executive vice president, exhibitor relations for Screenvision. "Suzanne's ability to have a candid and lively dialogue with her viewers on such sensitive topics as aging, menopause and cancer is quite powerful, and we believe the big screen is an effective platform for sharing her message with the public."
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SOURCE Cinema Events, LLC