“The 2-4-6”

I’m so excited to share more about “The 2-4-6,” MWHC’s new program for connection, contemplation, and co-creation! I generally offer what I need most, and right now I need to feel anchored, empowered, and connected. And, because I’m passionate about whole health, I offer programs that have the potential to touch us at the mental/physical/emotional/and spiritual levels. In this upcoming free Zoom series, I’m thrilled to have a lineup of amazing guests every Tuesday at noon to speak and answer questions on various topics. 

While learning is good, knowledge means little if it doesn’t change us. And I’m all about the journey of transformation. So, after the talk, I invite you to consider how the information affected you and what next small step in your life you might take as a result, then join us the following day, Wednesday at 4:30 pm on a Zoom call for accountability and support. 

The weekly series will be from April 28-May 27, 2020. Please click on the links below to register (there are separate links for the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions). Recordings of Tuesday talks will be available for those registered.

Peace, health, and wholeness – Arlene

TUESDAY Zoom registration: (One-time registration in advance for Tuesday meetings)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAld–uqDMrHNxV0pWUdx4QtBHjmVhKPm4M

WEDNESDAY Zoom registration: (One-time registration in advance for Wednesday meetings)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUsdOyhqjwuGNH2kCgiaKJIGQ1W465GOWHd

Schedule

April 28: John Gildea, PhD. Topic: COVID 19

John Gildea, PhD, who trained at Johns Hopkins, and is a Cell Pathophysiologist and Molecular Geneticist at UVA with over 27 years of scientific research experience in both academics and industry (including the products Restore, BrocElite). Among other areas, he has expertise in molecular biology, virology, vaccine development, and the development of antibody testing. His current research includes COVID19 and high blood pressure. 

John recognizes the importance of general health and is committed to applying scientific knowledge in practical, empowering ways to prevent disease.  

May 5: Christina Kunkle, RN. Topic: 5 Layers of Health & Wellbeing

Christina is a Certified Resilience Coach, R.N. and Reiki Master Practitioner, Synergy Life and Wellness Coaching LLC. Specializing in: Coaching and Energy work. “It’s my greatest desire to use my sensitive and intuitive nature to help you.  In addition to deep compassion, my experiences have given me a wonderful set of resources that can help cut your learning curve, offer hope and support, and an outstretched hand of friendship along your journey. If you find yourself wanting more for yourself but aren’t sure how to get there, I would be honored to be even a small part of you moving forward.  I stand ready and willing with tips, tools and encouragement as you to embrace new ways of creating the wonderful life you dream of!”

May 12: Teresa Boshart Yoder, Evelin Gonzalez, Lana Miller. Topic: Women & Money: Gaining knowledge to Counteract fears 

Teresa Boshart Yoder, Managing Director. Everence Financial. “I am passionate about helping individuals and organizations in their financial stewardship, relationship with money and charitable planning needs in ways that align with their faith and values.”

May 19: Brittany Wilmoth, DPT. Topic: Pelvic Health

Dr. Brittany Wilmoth at Valley Pelvic Health is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist who graduated from Duke University. She is passionate about treating women and men with bowel, bladder, or sexual dysfunction including pregnant and postpartum women. She is excited to bring pelvic floor services to the greater Augusta County Area. Conditions that Dr. Wilmoth treats include, but are not limited to: urinary and fecal incontinence, tailbone pain, painful intercourse, sciatica, diastasis recti, post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence, and pelvic pain. She has her doctorate in Physical Therapy with a concentration in pelvic floor rehabilitation.

May 26: Siri Amrita. Topic: Kundalini Yoga

Siri Amrita (Search Siri Amrita Kaur on Facebook). Specializes in: Kundalini Yoga for Health, Happiness and Vitality; Therapeutic Kundalini Yoga for recovery, grief and stress-relief;  Meditation and Mindfulness Practice. Dr. Shahani is also a prosthodontist, and owner of Shenandoah Smiles. Specializing in: Comprehensive Whole Person Dentistry which includes Dentures and Implants, TMJ/Bite Issues, Cosmetic Dentistry.