Thursday, December 3

12:30-1:30pm

Free Zoom Webinar (advanced registration required)

A Simple Self-help Tool for Stress Reduction

Presented by Wendy Warren Grapentine

One of the biggest causes of ongoing stress in our lives is our body’s Fight, Flight, or Freeze response that can keep us on high alert unnecessarily. EFT or Emotional Freedom Techniques is a simple self-help tool to short-circuit that innate response to stress.
In this class, Wendy Warren Grapentine of Group Health Cooperative dives deeper into this tool she recently shared as part of her Reclaim Your Brain from Stress program.  You’ll learn more about what Emotional Freedom Techniques is, the science behind it, and how to use it in your day-to-day life.
Participation in the Reclaim Your Brain program is NOT a requirement for this class.
Please wash your hands before joining the online class or have hand sanitizer nearby as you will be touching your face.

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Speaker Bio:

Wendy Warren Grapentine is a former news anchor and medical reporter at Channel 27. She is currently a practicing massage therapist, energy worker, intuitive coach, and mind-body advocate at Group Health Cooperative and in private practice.

Her work focuses on the mind-body connection, utilizing myofascial release, reiki, meridian tapping, and other tools. She is a trained intuitive, a student of the law of attraction and believes that gut health is the foundation of good health.

Wendy is committed to helping people understand how stress is manifesting in their bodies and how they can learn from and work with it. Her mission is to help people tap into their innate power of self-expression and healing.

 

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Previously Recorded


Reclaiming Your Brain in Times of Stress

Presented by Wendy Warren Grapentine

Recorded Tuesday, November 19, 2020

Daily life is stressful both personally and professionally, even more so during this pandemic. Learning how to manage those stresses can make a huge difference in your life. In this program, Wendy Warren Grapentine of Group Health Cooperative will explain how our built-in Fight, Flight or Freeze response throws us into survival mode and shares three tools to short-circuit that response and get us back to a place of reasoned thought.

Wendy Warren Grapentine is a former news anchor and medical reporter at Channel 27. She is currently a practicing massage therapist, energy worker, intuitive coach, and mind-body advocate at Group Health Cooperative and in private practice.


 

Finding Happiness During Difficult Times

Tina Hallis, Ph.D.

Recorded Tuesday, October 13, 2020

It’s easy to get stuck, focused on all the stresses and challenges in our lives and in our world, especially now. Take a break with Tina Hallis and learn how you can find more happiness despite the uncertainty and chaos. Tina brings the science of Positive Psychology to our everyday lives so you can spend more time in gratitude, peace, and happiness.

Tina Hallis, Ph.D., is a professional speaker, positivity catalyst, and founder of The Positive Edge. She is the author of Sharpen Your Positive Edge: Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity & Success. Tina worked for 20+ years in biotechnology before discovering Positive Psychology in 2011. She was so inspired by the powerful impact of this information, she decided to become certified and dedicate her career to helping people realize that positivity is a choice and how to make that choice easier.

 

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