134 Main Street Suite 203, Prince Frederick, MD
Led by Dr. Alice Fong. She is a naturopathic doctor that specializes in stress management and uses a wide variety of tools to help people relax, as well as teach people how they can cope with stress in a healthier way. For many people relaxation can be very difficult, and this seminar takes a holistic approach to wellbeing by addressing stress on a mental, emotional, and physical level.
Stress is a major component of nearly everyone’s life, but it is often disregarded or not handled as well as it could be. Numerous studies have shown that prolonged stress can have a negative impact on person’s physical health and mental and emotional wellbeing. Signs can include, but are not limited to: fatigue, depression, anxiety, pain, overeating/poor dietary choices, decreased immune function, high blood pressure, and insomnia. Perhaps we cannot always change the stressors that come up in our lives, but we CAN change the way we respond to stress. And Dr. Alice's job is to show you how you can handle your stress better to optimize your health. There IS a different way you can live, let Dr. Alice show you how.
Dr. Alice Fong has decided to expand her Stress Management course into a series, Part 1 and Part 2 (and maybe Part 3 in the future). There will be different techniques discussed at each one, however, participates do not need to have completed Part 1 in order to do Part 2. She has purposely scheduled these classes before major holidays, which are often a stressful time for many people.
Part 2 will go over autogenic training and progressive muscle relaxation.
Space is limited so RSVP and payment is required to reserve your spot.
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: No refunds are given if you cancel less than 48 hours prior to the event, but you can receive a credit towards another seminar or service at Calvert Natural Medicine. However, no credits or refunds will be given if you NO SHOW to the event.
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.