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Research is showing the overwhelming positive health effects of laughter. In this session, you will learn how to "lighten up" your life by finding the humor in everyday life. You will also gain tools such as joyful breathing and creating laughter memories.
Kate Dusek
Wellness Talks
Recorded: Jun 08, 2020 at 01:00 pm EST
Adopting or continuing healthy habits can help you stay healthy and active as you age. Staying involved in your community, using preventive medicine, and managing health conditions will help you to live a meaningful life. This webinar will cover brain, physical and nutritional health for older adults.
Karina DiLuzio
Wellness Talks
Recorded: Jun 02, 2020 at 02:30 pm EST
Understand some basics of your brain to better focus and manage distractions, keep your cool in any situation, reduce "brain fog" and feel better at the end of the day
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As a national leader in holistic medicine - often called complementary or integrative medicine - we help you improve your well-being by focusing on your whole being, mind, body and spirit.
Kate is trained through the Wellcoaches program and is a nationally board certified health and wellness coach and a certified yoga instructor. Kate has been working in Integrative Health since 1998 when she worked at the Mind/Body Medical Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. Kate also completed programs for holistic cancer coaching and yoga and cancer. As part of respective research studies funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health, Kate trained hypertensive research subjects in the areas of Mindfulness and the Relaxation Response. Kate has a background in education and yoga, which she has found especially useful in dispersing health and wellness information. Kate brings to her clients a non-judgmental and authentic listening style and a belief that all have the ability to reach their wellness goals. Her specialties include personal growth, finding balance, healthy eating, and stress reduction.
Aaron Unseth is a staff chaplain at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids. Aaron especially enjoys learning about how spiritual care and mental health care can work together to promote healing. Aaron has a Masters of Divinity degree and spent 12 years as a parish pastor before stepping into the health-care field.