CardioFlex Therapy Spring 2021 Community Events

CardioFlex Therapy enjoys supporting mission-focused causes by participating in fundraisers and local Davie community events throughout the year. We would like to continue raising awareness of these causes and community organizations, and the people that they are trying to help.

Here are a few community events to participate in and support this season!

American Lung Association

Fight for Air Climb

March 6th, 2021 at 8:00 am- Hard Rock Stadium

Join the American Lung Association outside for a re-imagined Climb. All are welcome to share in this adventure, whether you’re new to the event or a veteran Climber.

Just like their indoor event, how you climb outdoors is up to you. You can race to the end or take it at your own pace. There’s even a Climb Your Way virtual option for those who can’t make it to the event.

Visit this page for the most up-to-date information about the event.

Learn more here.

American Heart Association

2021 Broward Heart Walk Digital Experience

Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 9:00am- Virtual Event

This year’s Heart Walk will be the biggest ever as over 1 million walkers across the nation move as one.

Heart walk is about coming together, getting hearts pumping, honoring survivors, raising lifesaving funds — and having fun along the way.

This year’s donations will help fast track COVID-19 research and train front-line workers while they continue the fight against heart disease and stroke.

Learn more here.

Autism Speaks

2021 Autism Speaks Miami Gala

March 20, 2021 at 7:00 pm — 9:30 pm -Virtual Event

Every year, the Autism Speaks Miami Gala brings together philanthropists, business professionals and influencers from the South Florida community, all join to honor and support the individuals with autism and their families.

Learn more here.

Relay for Life

Relay for Life of Davie-Cooper City

Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 3:00 pm — Cooper City High School

Cancer won’t quit. So neither can we.

Relay For Life is all about joining together as a community.

Survivors and caregivers are the heart of every Relay For Life event. By participating, you can connect with other survivors and caregivers, inspire someone newly diagnosed, lend an ear to someone with a similar situation, and be part of a community where cancer is faced together, not individually.

Learn more here.

We invite you to visit our blog to stay up to date on the latest events in which we participate, promote, and support in the South Florida region.

Travelling Through the Timeline

The 1970s has been marked in history for being one of the grooviest time periods known to man. Best known for Bell bottoms and the rise of disco, but during this time there was also a rise of cultural change, different social norms, economic and political struggles, and the innovation of new technology.

The 70s decade was very much a continuation of the late 1960s. The crusade for social justice prevailed. Activist were fighting to gain equality for African Americans, women, the LGBT community, and other marginalized groups. Many of the protest during this time were peaceful, it was only after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968 people began to riot.

Many people would best describe the 70s as A time to be alive . These were simpler times when kids played in the streets all day, the neighborhood were like a big family, and people interacted and spent time face to face. Without the advanced technology we have today, people had no choice, but to talk and spend time together. During this time, Baby Boomers unquestionably tested the waters not only with fighting for equality and social justice but normalized latest trends such as men wearing platform shoes, tight shirts, and short shorts without it being thought of as unmasculine. Women were able to wear what they pleased without being sexualized.

The 70s also marked the start of this first economic crisis since the Great Depression. After the

The 70s also marked the start of this first economic crisis since the Great Depression. After the

Deborah Rush, a New Jersey native, describes having to sleep on the floor during the riots because bullets would bounce off her house. We family couldn't leave the house except to go to work and even then we couldn't leave until national guard checked our vehicles

The 70s birthed some of the modern technology used today. One of the most popular inventions was the Sony Walkman, which was a portable cassette player so you could listen to your choice of music in private. Another interesting invention was the Apple computer. Of course, it was not as advanced as people have today, but it was the beginning of technological evolution and nonface to face interaction besides the telephone.

The 70s birthed some of the modern technology used today. One of the most popular inventions was the Sony Walkman, which was a portable cassette player so you could listen to your choice of music in private. Another interesting invention was the Apple computer. Of course, it was not as advanced as people have today, but it was the beginning of technological evolution and nonface to face interaction besides the telephone.

Vietnam war, the economy began to wane due to paying the cost of war, competing with international forces, and the decline of manufacturing jobs. Unemployment also began to rise, and the people went into a period of stagflation. President Nixon tried to resolve this issue by decreasing the value of a US dollar, and declared wage and price freezes. When President Nixon came into office in 1968, he immediately dismantling the welfare of the states. He opposed mandatory desegregation of schools, and diminished many parts of former president, Lyndon Johnson s, war on poverty. Although, Nixon did have some positive reforms such as government assistance for families, it was overlooked. He undermined the faith Americans had in a good