Free Health & Fitness Topics in Milwaukee

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  • Work Healthy, Work Safe

    Jeremy Bria, D.C., Doctor of Chiropractic, Pure Family Chiropractic

    Learn the elements of workplace safety and how health plays an important role in your performance on the job.

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  • Stress Management in 10 Easy Steps

    Jeremy Bria, D.C., Doctor of Chiropractic, Pure Family Chiropractic

    We all have stress, the difference between people is how well their body, mind and spirit can handle that stress. Don't know where to start? Start here. This workshop will provide you with 10 simple tips, you can begin immediately, to help you better manage the stress in your life and become a better you!

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  • Simplify Your Fitness with 3-2-1

    Paul Warloski, Owner and Head Coach, Simple Endurance Coaching

    When clients ask about the best way to build fitness and lose weight, the answer is building healthy habits that you can sustain. That means having a plan that gets the most of your limited time and energy. With a few hours a week in the gym or outside, you can start to reach your fitness goals. MORE >

    In this presentation, I’ll share the current research and practice about getting fit and losing weight. It’s not magic, it’s just 3-2-1.
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  • A New Path: Choosing Wellness

    Mary Franczek, MSN, RN, HTP, Founder, Integrative Wellness Consulting LLC

    Do you view health as the absence of disease? A static condition for which there is no change? Or do view health as an opportunity to live life to the fullest even with disease present? Wellness is a choice. Dorothea Orem defines self care as the “practice of activities that individuals initiate and perform on their own behalf in maintaining life, health, and well-being.” How well are you taking care of yourself? MORE >

    The short form of the Integrative Health and Wellness Assessment (IHWA) tool was developed to support self-assessment and self-reflection on the eight dimensions of wellness defined by the Theory of Integrative Nurse Coaching (TINC). These dimensions include (1) Life Balance and Satisfaction, (2) Relationships, (3) Spiritual, (4) Mental, (5) Emotional, (6) Physical (Nutrition, Exercise, Weight Management), (7) Environmental, and (8) Health Responsibility (Dossey, 2015).

    This tool, once completed by the attendee, helps to assess readiness to change, priority for making changes, and the persons confidence in the ability to make change. I have researched the need of personal self care in nursing, medicine, social work, psychology, teaching, pharmacology, and physical therapy. There is a pervasive need for all professionals to engage in a daily practice of self care.

    Through storytelling, with humor and honesty, participants will reflect on their personal need for self care. Through completion of the IHWA, participants will identify personal self care wellness goals. Daily application of information gained, will improve the health and wellness of participant educators.

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  • Trigger Point Massage for the Layperson

    Curry Chaudoir, Diplomate in Acupuncture, Acupuncture and Holistic Health Associates

    In this hands-on seminar, participants will learn about:
    1. The 5 branches of Oriental Medicine and how they are used to improve health and promote longevity,
    2. Trigger Point Massage techniques to use at home,
    3. What causes trigger points in the body, and
    4. How to eliminate trigger points to make you more productive, happy and healthy.

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  • Deskercise, get fit while you sit!

    Jeremy Bria, D.C., Doctor of Chiropractic, Pure Family Chiropractic

    Tips to correct your posture and some tips on decreasing the stress on your body from sitting all day.

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  • Have Fun While Training with the Two Ps

    Paul Warloski, Owner and Head Coach, Simple Endurance Coaching

    Training for a 10k, the full Ride for the Arts, or even the Birkie does not have to mean long hours of boring training. Periodization and polarization are research-based ways of organizing your training to allow for variety and efficient use of your time. You can also use the Ps to schedule training with friends, classes at the gym, or training races. MORE >

    We’ll talk about the Two Ps, how to use them, and how they can shape your training.
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  • Natural Solutions to Lowering Health Costs and Being Healthier

    Laurel Kashinn, Wellness Advocate with doTERRA Int'l,

    Want to live younger, healthier, and longer? Learn how certified pure therapeutic grade (CPTG) essential oils create an effective foundation to a wellness lifestyle, improve health outcomes, and most of all, increase happiness and joy in life. Laurel Kashinn, doTERRA Wellness Advocate at, is a dynamic teacher of Natural Solutions to nonprofits, businesses, organizations, and individuals. Learn how and why CPTG essential oils can be incorporated into healthcare, on the job, and lifestyles to support wellness. Learn what are essential oils, how to use them, why CPTG oils, and practical applications to daily life. MORE >

    For the first time there is data comparing a statistically significant population of regular essential oil users to standard Americans of the same demographic who do not use essential oils. The results are remarkable. Regular EO use slashed medical expenses in half and cut pharmaceutical costs 75%, for 900+ full-time employees of doTERRA International in 2016. That was despite the employee base being young, of childbearing age, with a much higher-than-national average birth rate and family size--which usually drives up cost! At last! A proven way to get healthy AND reduce health care costs! Contact Laurel Kashinn today!

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  • Developing a Positive Relationship with Healthy Living

    Lonnie Mitchell, CEO/ Founder, Lulubella Lifestyle

    Many people try to lose weight but can't seem to. This is often because of one of two things (or both)...either their mindset is not in a positive place or there are other things going on in their life that they need to deal with. This presentation would explore both aspects. MORE >

    More specifically, it would be about reprogramming your mind to have a more positive mindset about healthy eating and exercising and coming from a place of love rather than the typical, "I want to be skinny and lose 10 lbs." It would also be about dealing with the other stressors in your life (such as career or relationships) so that you can actually focus on your health.
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  • Acupuncture for Pain Management

    Kevin Shoemake, Associate Acupuncturist, Acu-Med Integrative Medicine

    Hear a brief of history of Acupuncture, and how it is used in an integrative medicine environment. Learn about the many ways can help manage pain, from chronic symptoms to new sprains, and help you reach your improvement goals.

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