We are all feeling some form of stress in response to the changes in our day-to-day amid the mandates and guidelines concerning COVID-19. Our social calendars are empty, many are worried about finances, and parents are now faced with role of parent, remote worker, and teacher simultaneously. How can we practice self-care at this time, and what tools can we use to come back to a place of calm amid the current chaos? Join Marybeth Burns for this seminar where you will learn:
* Breathing and meditation exercises
* Health and wellness tips
* Local resources
* It is not about you: How reaching out to others relieves your own stress
About our facilitator:
Marybeth Buns is a 1992 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and partner with Summit Marketing Group.
After fighting anorexia and bulimia for 25 years, Marybeth went through residential treatment at Tapestry in Brevard. Since that time, she has used her knowledge and energy to educate her community about eating disorders through articles, public speaking and teaching body image classes at local schools. She has also done presentations at local colleges and universities including Lenoir-Rhyne University and Brevard College. Last year, Marybeth opened Epiphany Wellness Center, an outpatient clinic where people of all ages can find support and help for eating disorders and disordered eating, stress/anxiety, PTSD, and nutrition counseling.
Marybeth stays involved in the community as a board member of the Chamber, Vice President of Blue Ridge Honor Flight, President-elect of the Hendersonville Rotary Club, and teaches yoga at YAM and the Henderson County YMCA
There is no cost to attend but registration is required and limited to the first 100 to sign-up