VIRTUAL Wellness Solutions Series, 1st out of 4 classes- Healthy Lifestyle-Getting Back to Basics

Date(s) - 05/06/2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


For the Month of May, our Wellness Solutions Series will be VIRTUAL through WebEx at no cost to you!


Please click on the link below to join the virtual WebEx meeting:

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Meeting number (access code): 611 759 120

Meeting password: 4kxPvvJMY88

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+1-415-655-0002 US Toll


These classes are designed as a 4-session series, but can be taken as a standalone. Within each 60-minute session, there will be both educational and experiential components, as well as self-assessments and a resource list for further self-exploration.

Healthy Lifestyle- Getting Back to Basics

Wellness is an active process of becoming aware and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. It is a dynamic process of change and growth. Within this course, you will have an opportunity to explore the various aspects of your own lifestyle that you want to improve upon and create a realistic action plan be becoming the best you!

Recognizing and Managing the Physical Aspects of Stress

Stress is a non-specific response to a demanding or threatening event; it is everywhere and is not going away. Within this course, we will discuss the physiological and psychological signs and symptoms of stress, and then explore realistic strategies to control the controllables, minimize your own stressors, and create a plan for recovery.

Effective Cognitive Strategies

Our most critical factor in success is how we THINK. Our thinking influences our behavior – it can be either an advantage or a handicap. We become what we think about most. Within this course, we will discuss how our thought process influences our performance, explore how your thoughts may be inhibiting your performance and goals, and create a plan for you to begin to deliberately focus your mind on positive thoughts that create energy, enthusiasm, and optimism.

Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness is paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, as non-reactively, nonjudgmentally and openheartedly as possible (Jon Kabat-Zinn). It is observation without criticism; being compassionate with yourself and others. Within this course, we will discuss the science and history of mindfulness, as well as practice ways to integrate these principles into your daily life.

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