Research shows that people can extend their lives and increase their health span by adopting practices in the domains of exercise/nutrition/self-care and meditation.
The purpose of this FREE conference is to discuss these wellness issues.
What can you expect? There is a great deal of content that discusses wellness topics. So much that it is difficult to know where to start and what to believe. In this conference, speakers will cut through the clutter and provide practical and understandable insights.
Speakers are experts in their fields
You will save time by getting the most relevant information on these topics and
You will be able to interact and share ideas with like-minded people
About the Conference
Speakers / Topics
Building a wellness framework - Peter Attia's book Outlive
Emeritus professor of Business Wash U. Citizen adventurer
Exercise and fitness physiology
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Wash U school of Medicine. Patient Safety. Life enthusiast
Three nutritional tips to improve health and increase fitness
M.Ed., RD, LD, FADA, FAND is a Nutrition Consultant and former Director of Nutrition at Washington University, and Former President of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Dealing with stress
Therapist and Program manager at Wash U School of Medicine. Promoting Employee Well-Being
Mindfulness: A lens for seeing our world: Three insights
Mindful Meditation Teacher. Mentor and role model for community building
The practice of goal achievement
Business Development & Operations. Orthopaedic Spine Nurse Practitioner. Perspicacious
Training injury free / Joint Health
Chiropractor with an emphasis on physical medicine and functional rehabilitation. A golfer and outdoor enthusiast.
Connie Diekman Breakout: Fuel for Performance
Crafting a sample meal
Developing a challenge mentality for growth and resilience
Therapist and Clinical innovator at Integrative Mind Institute. Adjunct Professor at SLU Department of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Mindfulness: Three tactics for success
PhD is a finance professor at Washington University in St Louis (WashU). He enjoys being active and going on outdoor adventures such as hiking, backpacking, camping, biking, and kayaking, embracing all the amazing things nature offers.
Session #1: Welcome. Framework for Wellness, and Goal setting (Ron King and Ashton Bergh)
Session #2: Exercise / fitness (Helga Komen and Josh Wideman)
Session #3: Nutrition / Fuel for Performance (Connie Diekman)
Session #4: Self-care (Krista Jarvis and Chris Schneider)
Session #5: Mindfulness (Coke Hennessey and Armand Gomes)
Medallion Adventure Club
MAC is a non-profit learning organization. We help members increase wellbeing with active outdoor exploration, life-time learning, like-minded community, and healthy habit development. It is a whole-person perspective built on the proposition that adventuring happens one step at a time and is most appreciated when done with other like-minded people.
Health and wellness enthusiast. Ambassador for adventure.
PhD is a finance professor at Washington University in St Louis (WashU). He enjoys being active and going on outdoor adventures such as hiking, backpacking, camping, biking, and kayaking, embracing all the amazing things nature offers. He is passionate about mindfulness practice and is a member of the Mindfulness Cluster program at WashU. He is also certified to teach mindfulness through the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program (MMTCP) accredited through UC Berkeley.
Emeritus professor of Business Washington University in St Louis. Citizen adventurer and Co-founder of Medallion Adventure Club