We are not just our physical bodies. We are also made up of our emotional, mental and social selves all of which arise from our spiritual being. This event combines all four areas of our being and will provide you with simple takeaways to improve your heart health and your emotional, mental and social self.
The event will start with Margaret Eagan, MD presenting on lifestyle patterns of heart health including blood pressure, cholesterol, and A1C, along with healthy nutrition, movement and sleep patterns.
“Illness gives us the opportunity to explore and shift lifestyle patterns. Wellness consciousness allows us to integrate self care into our lives in illness and in health,” Dr. Eagan says.
Following Dr. Eagan’s presentation, Erin Cunningham will introduce you to HeartMath™, an evidence-based program focused on building resilience, reducing stress and enhancing overall wellbeing. During this hands-on portion of the presentation, you will learn about the Institute of HeartMath’s research into the physiology of optimal performance. You will walk away with concrete practices that increase well-being, mental clarity and emotional stability.
Food will be provided.
About the Speakers:
Margaret Eagan, MD
Dr. Margaret Eagan is the Associate Medical Director of The University of Colorado’s Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. After attending Georgetown University in Washington DC for college, medical school and residency she completed her endocrinology and metabolism fellowship at the University of Colorado. Dr. Eagan created and ran Canterbury Wellness Center in Denver for more than 12 years prior to joining the center, and brought her expertise of integrated health in 2015. Dr. Eagan works with her individual clients on their sleep, nutrition, exercise, endocrine and mental health care and engages them as active participants in their healthcare.
Erin Cunningham is the Director of Wellness Programs, Training and Leadership Development at the University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. For more than 15 years, Erin has had the privilege of coaching more than 3,000 clients on wellness, personal and professional development, allowing them to feel empowered to accomplish their unique goals. She focuses her professional efforts on delivery and administration of group learning environments and one-on-one coaching aimed at individual growth. Erin leverages her previous experience as Vice President of a Denver based management consulting firm to create programs aimed at improvements in organizational culture and strategy. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Organizational Learning, Performance and Change and holds the following credentials:
- HeartMath Certified Trainer
- Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coaching Federation, Fielding Graduate University
- Certified Social and Emotional Intelligence Coach, Institute for Social & Emotional Intelligence
- Certified Facilitator, Leader as Coach, Institute for Social & Emotional Intelligence
- Certified Master Career Coach, Career Partners International
- Manager as Coach Leadership Series, Certified Facilitator, Career Partners International
- New Horizons Certified Coach (Retirement Planning) Career Partners International
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Anschutz Medical Campus is located near public transportation. There are RTD bus lines that drop off on campus, a Flatiron Flyer stop right outside the Center, and the RTD train stops at Colfax (1.5mi from the Center) and at Fitzsimons (1mi from the Center). There is a free shuttle from the Fitzsimons RTD station to the Center that operates throughout the day. If driving, there is paid parking $2/hr on the south and east sides of the Center.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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What’s the refund policy?
No refunds will be issued after purchase.