Participants show strength, poise and posture with yoga’s “Wonder Woman” pose to close the sixth annual L’Chaim health program presented by Greater Atlanta Hadassah’s Ketura Group with Jewish Family & Career Services at the JF&CS offices in Dunwoody on Sunday, Jan. 10. Belinda Ossip, a holistic health practitioner for the JF&CS Health Power Initiative who holds a certificate in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University, spoke to the group about the importance of mindful eating and how the food we eat affects spirituality. She also stressed the importance of connecting food to its source — the plants and animals that sustain us — and taking the time to prepare healthy foods and savoring meals with friends and family. Many attendees participated in a yoga class led by Carol Berg, a yoga, meditation and pranayama practitioner and instructor. She said yoga improves the quality of life and promotes cardiovascular health. Debbi Dooley, a case manager for Aviv Older Adult Services at JF&CS, facilitated the group discussion, and Ketura’s Sheila Dalmat chaired the program.