Your Authentic Wellness - Explore. Plan. Apply. (Virtual)

Your Authentic Wellness - Explore. Plan. Apply. (Virtual)

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Life feeling out of balance? Taking care of everyone but yourself? Ready for change, but don’t know where to start? Make 2021 the year of purpose, power and possibilities!

Learn tools to cope with life's daily challenges from experts in their fields. Whether its stress, insomnia, nutrition, lack of energy, feeling overwhelmed, or general habit change, we have you covered!

Each session consists of education, discussion, and goal setting to help you apply what you have learned to your daily life. New 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. at the Tahoe Forest Center for Health. Registration requested, but not required. 

Your Authentic Wellness 2021 Class schedule:

2nd and 4th Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Offered virtually! Enter Zoom ID: 991 3131 5222

Date Topic Instructor
Thursday, March 11 Colorectal Cancer: Don’t Assume You Know All the Facts: Join Dr. Julie Torman in a discussion on how to reduce your risk for colorectal cancer through lifestyle and screening. Learn what to look for and other facts about preventing and treating this common type of cancer. Julie Torman, MD, Gastroenterologist
Thursday, March 25 Living A Healthy Life by Learning Self-Management Skills: As we age, we have to deal with more and more chronic conditions. This talk will cover topics from the evidenced-based self-management programs that are offered in our community, including: stress management tools, communication skills, how to set smart goals, working with difficulties and difficult emotions, and using your mind to manage your condition. Jackie Griffin, RN
Thursday, April 8 Humor in Healthcare ‚Äď Powerful Medicine! Join us for this fun-filled presentation that shares the value of humor and play in providing care to our patients, their families and our fellow coworkers! The value of humor and play in healthcare is well established in evidence-based research. Jim will share this research as well as some stories of when humor contributed in providing comfort.¬† Jim Sturtevant, RN, MSN
Thursday, April 22

This Earth Day, Learn Steps to Create a Healthier Home Environment ‚Äď The number of chemicals and toxic compounds in our world has been increasing at an alarming rate over the past few decades. That, in combination with improved building practices that make our homes more airtight, has left us with poor indoor air quality and unhealthy home environments. Learn about the most common chemical offenders and tips to improve the health of your home environment.

Dr. Stephanie Riley, ND

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.