Life feeling out of balance? Taking care of everyone butÂ yourself? Ready for change, but donâ€™t know where to start?Â Make 2021Â the year of purpose, powerÂ andÂ possibilities!
Learn tools to cope with life's daily challenges from experts inÂ their fields. Whether its stress, insomnia, nutrition, lack ofÂ energy, feeling overwhelmed, or general habit change, weÂ have you covered!
Each session consists of education, discussion, and goal settingÂ to help you apply what you have learned to your daily life. NewÂ topics each month - attend any or all!
Sessions take place every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.Â at the Tahoe Forest Center for Health. Registration requested, but not required.Â
Your Authentic Wellness 2021Â Class schedule:
2nd and 4th Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Offered virtually! Enter Zoom ID: 991 3131 5222
|Thursday, May 13||
Panel Discussion: Commit to Connect- Connecting with others plays a vital role in our individual health and well-being, and in that of our community. Connection can involve many things like finding joy in small things, keeping physically strong and healthy, sharing our stories, looking at the big picture and giving to others. Join us in a panel discussion around what resources are available that can help our community get connected, be strong and combat the social isolation of the last year of our lives.
|Scott Capshaw- First Baptist Church; Ann Yuhas- Senior Community Member & Chair Yoga Instructor|
|Thursday, May 27||
Two Important Health Topics: Healthy Diet and Blood Pressure Control- Join us to learn how and why adopting a Mediterranean diet today will benefit your health tomorrow, and how to optimize blood pressure control by applying the most current guidelines.
|Tim Lombard, MD and Denice Hynd, RDN|
|Thursday, June 10||Enjoy the Great Outdoors! - In the past 10 years, a growing body of research has revealed many health benefits to spending time in nature: measurable improvement to immune system function, blood pressure, cardiovascular health, reduction of stress, and alleviation of symptoms of depression and anxiety, to name a few. These benefits occur across our lifetimes and are great for all ages! We will discuss a number of practices to optimize nature as medicine.||Peter Mayfield, Founder/Executive Director Gateway Mountain Center, and Lucy Navabpour, Health Coach and Nutritious Movement Certified Restorative Exercise Specialist|
|Thursday, June 24||Eat Local! - You can benefit your local community, your health and the environment by eating local, organically grown food. Gary Romano, local farm owner and author, will talk about the life and value of the small farmer in our region. Daphne Hougard, Tahoe City Farmerâ€™s Market Manager, will discuss our local farmerâ€™s markets. We will hear about other local food options from the Tahoe Food Hub. We will provide ideas, tips and options for buying local and seasonal year-round in our region.||Gary Romano, Owner of Sierra Valley Farms; Daphne Hougard, Farmerâ€™s Market Manager Tahoe City; and the Tahoe Food Hub|
For more information or to register for an upcoming session,
call the Tahoe Forest Center for Health at 530-587-3769.
This FREE program is supported by the Wellness Neighborhood and Vail Resorts Epic Promise Grant.