Pre-Conference programs by leading experts in the wellness field will be offered at the 39th Annual National Wellness Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, beginning June 21, 2014. These intensive training programs provide unique professional wellness learning opportunities. A certificate of participation will be e-mailed to each attendee who completes a Pre-Conference program.
If you’re a fan of the Smarts and Stamina health promotion model, this is your chance to learn how to use it more concretely in your coaching practice or corporate wellness program.
Smart Ways to Boost Stamina: 20 Group and Self-Coaching Tools for Better Sleep, Food, Mood and Exercise – Program Description Have you ever paid attention to how our sleep, food, mood, and exercise habits are intimately related? Have you ever leveraged these interactions in your practice? Thanks to the biochemical activity that they generate in the body, improving our habits in any one of these four categories will make change in other categories easier. Why stay stuck on nutrition if that’s what’s most difficult for your client when progress in sleep, mood, or exercise can have a beneficial impact on their food intake? Based on positive psychology, this session introduces a coaching model as well as 20 concrete research-based tools to identify where your clients feel most empowered, build on initial victories, and cycle harmoniously through their sleep, food, mood, and exercise habits.
Presenter: Marie-Josee Shaar, MAPP, CPT
Date: Saturday, June 21, 2014
Time: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Registration Fee: $175