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Mon Jul 16 2012 at 02:30 pm EDT
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Thu Apr 12 2012 at 10:46 am EDT
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Thursday Apr 12, 2012
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What excites and motivates our generation of Children and Young People? How do you connect, engage and motivate a generation that is so different to us? What are the differences between the generations and how can we bridge the gap and get through? In this webinar you will learn: The differences between the generations How generations interact with each other Who Generation 2.0 are and why you should care How Generation 2.0 is different and how do you, as a parent, get through to them. How to motivate Generation 2.0 You will leave this lecture with an understanding of generational theory and how it applies to young people. It will equip them with the knowledge to support them in forming meaningful and impactfull relationships with youth.
According to ancient yogic teachings, the ambrosial hours, the time between 4 and 7 in the morning, are the best time to practice yoga and meditation. The stillness that pervades at this time of day makes it easier for the subconsicous mind and the different energy and glandular systems in the body to be receptive to the attunement generated by meditative practices.
We all have a choice as to how we approach the challenges in our lives, whether it's gastroparesis or something else. In this live class, Crystal will discuss how she went from an ill, jobless, depressed newlywed in a rocky relationship to a successful author and health counselor with a happy marriage and baby on the way (all while her challenge -- a gastroparesis diagnosis -- remained the same). More importantly, Crystal will share the most important steps you can take toward making a change in your own life regardless of the challenges you're facing.
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Crystal Zaborowski Saltrelli is currently the only Certified Health Counselor specializing in gastroparesis management and one of very few health professionals with both personal and professional experience with the condition. She is also the author of Living (Well!) with Gastroparesis and Eating for Gastroparesis. Crystal is known for her positive, empowering approach to managing gastroparesis. Her message is one of doing what you can with what you have...and making the best of it! Crystal's areas of interest include gastroparesis, functional dyspepsia, chronic constipation, and other functional gastrointestinal disorders, as well as mind-body practices and positive psychology.
arah Newton understands young people in a way that no one else does. She has shared her wisdom with millions who have tuned into her TV and radio shows, followed her writing and listened to her thought-provoking talks. Sarah helps young people solve issues by using tactics derived from years of collaborating with youth. With a no-nonsense and down-to-earth demeanour, her holistic and innovative approaches have been used in schools, organisations, and homes to bridge the generation gap.
I have been an educator for several years; my interest has always been to help others take better care of themselves and live healthier, more balanced lives. Yogic techniques have been part of my daily life for years. My passion is to share tools that help people be present in their lives, respect and love who they are, and live balanced lives filled with health and satisfaction.
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