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Due to the generosity of the Nature’s Bounty Foundation, St. Joseph’s College is proud to present a month-long series of webinars and in-person workshops that are free and open to the community.
Please Note: Two of our events (4/4 and 4/18) are webinars that require a computer, tablet or phone and internet connection. All login information will be sent to webinar registrants in a separate email as each event gets closer.
Facilitator: Jean Summit-Riker ’95, Usui/Karuna Reiki master teacher and practitioner, soul wisdom coach and an author.
If the uncertainty of today’s world is causing you fear, worry and stress, then it’s time to take back your power and your life. In an exciting webinar titled “Ten Ways to Relax and Raise Your Vibration,” Jean Summit-Riker ’95 will be revealing how to raise your internal energy frequency and allow your soul’s wisdom, spirit and the angelic realm to inspire and guide you to your best life ever. Join us from your smartphone, tablet or computer on April 4. 2018, at 8 p.m. Our evening’s facilitator Jean is a Usui/Karuna Reiki master teacher and practitioner, soul wisdom coach and an author.
Facilitator: Dr. Peter Lin, associate professor, St. Joseph’s College
Increasing amounts of research show the clinical benefits of mindfulness on our physical and mental health. Join us for an interactive workshop about implementing mindfulness in everyday situations, with an opportunity to explore the topic in depth and gain a deeper understanding of its impact across history. Our “Mindfulness in Everyday Living” workshop will be held April 11, 2018, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and features special guest facilitator Peter Lin, Ph.D., licensed psychologist and associate professor at St. Joseph’s College.
Facilitator: Reneé Barbis ’11, Integrative Nutrition and Health Coach, Rejuvenating Mind and Body
Do you feel bogged down by all the information on what is “good” and “bad” for you? Do you feel confused on what to eat or what to feed your family? Ease the stress of making healthy eating choices for you and your family by attending our “Cracking the Code: Healthy Eating Made Easy” workshop, which provides practical information and realistic food choices that you’ll want to work into your weekly meal plan. Join us on April 25, 2018, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. as Renée M. Barbis ’11, certified holistic health coach, discusses the benefits of healthy eating and how to make it a reality in your life. Light refreshments will be provided.