Health and Wellness Classes Offered
These classes are 50 minutes in length, but can be tailored to a longer or shorter overview if requested.
Divorce Recovery Groups
This group will provide a 4-week supportive educational class for individuals (with or without children) who are coping with marriage or relationship break-up.
How to provide buffer and cushion within a stressful life. This class will discuss the difficulties of overloaded, stress-filled lives and offer suggestions for change.
Women in Mid-life
Helpful hints for a time of change - Women in mid-life are often faced with challenges including role changes, physical and emotional changes and even spiritual refocus. This class will highlight ways to meet these challenges with renewed vigor, growth and commitment.
Parenting Your Teen
Helpful parenting advice based on new understanding of the teenage brain - Learn what research is discovering about the sometimes exasperating and puzzling behavior of the teenager. Apply this knowledge in parenting and increase your enjoyment of these pivotal years in the life of your child.
A natural way to calm, soothe or energize - This is a hands on class for learning a natural way to de-stress your day. Participants will receive an aromatherapy sample to keep.
Sleepless in Denver
Helpful advice for getting enough sleep - We have all heard about getting 8 hours of sleep a night, but are you getting your REMs? Lack of sleep can have a great impact on our health and well-being. Learn natural ways to promote a restful night.
The Wellness Wheel
A useful tool for a life of balance - A life with optimal wellness is a life of balance in all areas, the physical, emotional, relational, intellectual and spiritual. Learn how to use the wellness wheel and do a life check-up.
The Benefits of Mindfulness
Being present to what is now - Come and learn to quiet the mind and direct your focus to the moment for better health! There truly is no time like the present.
Happiness and the New Positive Psychology
How to apply the research findings in your life - Researchers such as Dr. Martin Seligman are finding new and surprising answers to the question of “what makes a person happy?” The new research findings have implications for our mental and physical health and well-being.