WELLNESS WORKSHOP EVENT
Enhance your Wellness in 2019
2019 is just around the corner!
How can you enhance your wellness in the year to come?
When speaking about wellness, most people associate it solely with physical health. Although there might be different views on what wellness encompasses, the National Wellness Institute along with the help of leaders in health and wellness, describes wellness as:
- A conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential
- A multidimensional and holistic, encompassing lifestyle, mental and spiritual well-being, and the environment
- Positive and affirming
Seating: Limited to 80 attendees
Includes: Two breaks with tea/coffee & refreshments; and lunch with soft drinks
Workshop materials will be provided
Parking: Free on site
Workshop participants will:
As you start your wellness journey, a more thorough inventory of your current wellness across the nine dimensions might be wise. The wellness assessment allows you to get more of an actual measurement of where you are today, a baseline. Knowing truly where you are today, we can measure later to see what progress you have made.
By applying the wellness assessment, you become aware of the interconnectedness of each wellness dimension and how they contribute to healthy living.
Goal-setting and action-planning are integral to achieve a desired outcome in life. It directs a person’s focus toward goal-relevant activities, it energizes people to perform better and with greater persistence, and it leads to the building of new skills to achieve the goals.
Clutter, whether physical or digital, is something you will always have to deal with but it can be controlled. Finding ways to clear the streams of consumption in your favor will give you a sense of power and a freed mind, leaving room for you to create and experience life
It is about balance, if you have so much stuff it drags you into the past or pulls you into the future, you cannot live in the present.
You know that healthy habits, such as eating well, exercising and avoiding harmful substances makes sense, but you may have difficulty to adhere to these habits.
Unhealthy lifestyle behaviors are responsible for 70-90% of chronic diseases. These diseases cause approximately 70 percent of all deaths and up to 75% of all healthcare costs.
70% of working adults say that financial stress is their most common cause for stress.
If your financial wellness is failing, it permeates every other aspect of your life. This session will help you know the facts and gain real-world techniques to foster behavior change that improves financial wellness.
Stress symptoms can affect your body, your thoughts and feelings, and your behavior. Being able to recognize common stress symptoms can give you a jump on managing them. Stress that is left unchecked can contribute to many health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
Distinguish between how stress, resilience, and thriving operates in your live
Recognize healthy alternatives to working with stress and to thrive from stress
Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.
In our day to day busy and digitally overloaded lives, we often forget the most important player: ourselves.
- We do not experience enrichment of life through our careers.
- Living and playing have no place on our schedules.
- We may have good financial resources, but our application of them is poor.
- We all know the benefits of regular physical activity, healthy eating habits, strength and vitality as well as self-care and when to seek medical attention, but we spend our days sitting 8-10 hours, eat food with none if any nutrition and have chronic diseases.
- We often loose our self-esteem, self-control, and determination as a sense of direction.
- More than often creative and stimulating mental activities are lacking severely.
- We neglect to contribute directly to our environment and community.
- Our living spaces are often cluttered and disorganized.
- Many of us barely a have strong group of mutual interdependent friends.
Do you identify with any of these challenges above or know someone who does?
If so, please join us for this workshop to learn new tools and skill to be ready to kick of January 2019 with a robust personalized wellness plan that you will achieve.
Jay is a former professional athlete with a playing and coaching background in football, basketball, and baseball.
Heather is a compassionate, free spirited, dedicated mother of four. She is a lover of yoga which she discovered over 18 years ago after the birth of her premature son.
A firm believer that anyone can learn to organize, Denise helps clients get their homes and offices in order so they can experience less overwhelm and greater serenity.
Janet is a jewelry artist who will have beautiful designs available for sale to attendees. Kindly bring cash or check along.