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This session introduces a strength-based health promotion model that identifies where participants feel most empowered, builds on initial victories, and cycles harmoniously through their sleep, food, mood and exercise habits. This behavioral approach to lifestyle management turns the often daunting process of changing habits into an encouraging exercise for coaches, program leaders and client alike.

7/22/2014
When: Original Air Date: July 22, 2014
Available on-demand for members.
Presenter: Marie-Josee Shaar, MAPP, CPT
Contact: National Wellness Institute
715-342-2969

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Smart Way to Increase Stamina: Get Your Participants Unstuck via a Strength-based Health Promotion Model

Original Air Date: July 22, 2014

Presenter: Marie-Josée Shaar, MAPP, CPT

 

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Webinar Description

Most wellness professionals realize that our sleep, food, mood, and exercise habits are intimately related. Yet, few know how to leverage these interactions, and use them to benefit their participants.

Thanks to the biochemical activity that they generate in the body, improving our habits in any one of these 4 categories will make change in other categories easier. Why stay stuck on nutrition if that's what's most difficult for a given participant when progress in sleep, mood, or exercise can have a beneficial impact on their food intake?

This session introduces a strength-based health promotion model that identifies where participants feel most empowered, builds on initial victories, and cycles harmoniously through their sleep, food, mood and exercise habits. This behavioral approach to lifestyle management turns the often daunting process of changing habits into an encouraging exercise for coaches, program leaders and client alike.

During the webinar, participants will:
  • understand why building on our strengths makes behavioral change easier than remediating our weaknesses--and how to apply this concept to health habits.
  • leverage the body’s biochemical activity to manage sleep, food, mood and exercise habits more effectively.
  • develop a health promotion methodology to guide and support participants towards sustainable and incremental healthy behavioral change.

About Marie-Josée Shaar, MAPP, CPT
Marie-Josée Shaar spent the last 14 years studying, researching, testing, coaching, and teaching smart health habits, both nationally and internationally.  A Master of Applied Positive Psychology, she is certified as a Personal Trainer, a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and a Wellness Culture Coach. Her book Smarts and Stamina: The Busy Person’s Guide to Optimal Health and Performance, hit the Amazon Healthy Living Bestseller List many times, both in the USA and in Canada. MJ is also the co-editor of a collective HR book published by DeBoeck in Europe. She has facilitated sessions for Fortune Companies and governmental institutions alike. She has also taught in various universities and wellness coaching programs. MJ is a graduate of the National Speaker Association’s professional public speaking academy, so you can be sure her programs engaging, memorable, and fun!

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