Life feeling out of balance? Taking care of everyone butÂ yourself? Ready for change, but donâ€™t know where to start?Â Make 2020 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 2020Â Class schedule:
2nd and 4th Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at the Tahoe Forest Center for Health
Thursday, February 13
The Posture Habit: Build Better Habits to Decrease Pain, Increase Energy and Improve Functionality:Â Whether we are talking about posture, activities of daily living or recreational activities how you move has a big impact on how you feel. Â Learn self-care habits aimed at reducing aches and pains from everyday task like shoveling, sitting at your desk and even tools to help you recover from a day of your favorite winter activity!
Lucy Navabpour, PMA, PhD
Thursday, February 27
|Build Your Nutritional Foundation for Health and Vitality: You are what you eat! Are you salty? Full of carbs? Do you eat with the intention of feeling good when you are done--Â or do you want to take a nap? Come learn how to get the most out of your eating regimes!||
Jill Whisler, MS, RDN
|Thursday, March 12||Overcoming Burnout in the Healing and Helping Professions:Â Whether you are taking care of patients or patrons, work-related burnout is real. In fact, job burnout is one of the main drivers of poor physical and mental well-being.Â Learn from Suneeâ€™s first-hand experience on how burnout affected her physical, mental and social well-being and how she learned to hold boundaries, practice self-care and get back to a place where she was able to approach her work as a clinician with passion.Â You will also learn practical mindfulness-based interventions with Justine Nelsen, MS, IWC, to combat the symptoms of burnout.Â||Sunee Zrno, LMFT|
|Thursday, March 26||Food for Longevity: Using Nutrition to Slow the Aging Process:Â Every time you eat, you have the opportunity to slow down or speed up the aging process. Come learn which foods help or hinder the aging process, and gain tools for incorporating more of the age-defying foods.Â||Dana Dose, RDE, CDE, LD|
|Thursday, April 9||Sober Curious: Does Alcohol Help or Hinder Your Ability to Live Your Best Life?Â Will I have fun if I donâ€™t drink?Â Is life easier with beer goggles?Â Is alcohol telling you the truth about your relationships and emotions?Â Challenge the norms of the resort community culture and join us for a mocktail and an interesting exploration of the sober curious movement.Â||Dr. Lynelle Tyler|
|Thursday, April 23||Health Enhancement for the Mind, Body and Spirit||Linda MacKenzie, RN, BCB|
|Thursday, May 14||Mindfulness for Emotional Resilience:Â In this session, you will learn the power of incorporating mindfulness practices into your life, including breathwork and meditation. Mindfulness can help you stay centered through challenging situations allowing you to better cope with difficult emotions. The result being a happier, more resilient you!Â â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹â€‹||Justine Nelson, MS|
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.