Stress can take a toll on your body’s natural defenses but eating the right foods can offer relief. So much of our physical and mental health has been found to stem from the health of the gut – learn the role nutrition has specifically in relation to stress.
Learn what healthy eating entails and how we can incorporate these principals into the busiest of schedules.
Science has shown a clear link between emotional wellbeing and physical health. Learn to incorporate meditation and other relaxation practices into your daily routine.
Staying flexible as we age helps to improve coordination, balance, and stability. Learn about the importance of stretching and exercises you can do every day.
Gain a better understanding of how ergonomics can improve comfort and efficiency whether you are working in the office, or remotely.
In this session you will learn about the foundations of emotional intelligence such as managing emotions, positive ways to relieve stress and communication tips.
Close the gap between physical and psychological health by learning to take care of your mental health with the same diligence you pay to your physical health.
Intuitive Eating is a compassionate, self-care eating framework that treats all bodies with dignity and respect. Learn how this anti-diet approach can help you make peace with food and rediscover the pleasures of eating.
If you’re living with uncontrolled stress, you’re putting your health at risk. Stress can disrupt both your physical and mental health. It narrows your ability to think clearly, function effectively, and enjoy life. It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress, but you have a lot more control than you might think.
According to grief expert, David Kessler, “We are dealing with the collective loss of the world we knew.” This presentation will explore the truth about grief and loss and how to better manage your emotions, self-care, happiness, resilience and overall wellbeing during these uncertain times.
Presented by: Ken Houseknecht, former executive director of Mental Health Advocates of WNY (MHA).