We work and interact best in today’s world if rested, mentally/emotionally fit, joyful, and at ease. Is this possible? Can we find calm or reverse our desire to be social-media-maniacs or workaholics? Like all self-help programs, it takes small steps, community helpers, and the will to transform.
With this in mind, St. Luke's Wellness Partnership has scheduled five programs to be held on the first Tuesdays from November 2019 to March 2020. All of the activities are open to men, women, and mature adolescents, and are designed to enrich their lives.
The programs are designed to appeal to secular, spiritual, and religious audiences. The activities transcend cultural boundaries to maximize awareness of healing alternatives. We celebrate the roles of women in wellness and hope to inspire new and diverse generations of healers. We intend to build a sense of unity, harmony, and belonging within partners and participants.