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HAPPINESS – HEALTH – PROSPERITY - SUCCESS
The Power of Positive Thinking Workshop provides you with
powerful and essential tools to focus your mind and harness your
energy to achieve your desired results. You will be able to make
decisions that will benefit your family, your team, your
organization and most importantly yourself.
You will learn:
• To use thoughts and words that attract what you want most in
• To focus on what you WANT versus what you fear.
• To focus on what you CAN instead of what you cannot control.
• To strengthen the Pillars of a Balanced Life.
• To deal effectively with the fears that hold you back.
• To create a Plan of Action that allows you to bring into your
life what you desire most.
• To create a work environment and family life that encourages
cooperation and the achievement of results.
The Power of Positive Thinking Workshop gives you the tools to
help you create a positive environment around you that focuses
on achieving desired results. If you are interested in attending
this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
410.548.3514 to reserve your spot! Space is limited!
BB&T Health and Wellness Day* * *
Please join BB&T, Peninsula Regional Medical Center and
Salisbury University for a Community Wellness Event.
BB&T has partnered with Peninsula Regional Medical Center to
bring its Wagner Wellness Van to offer a variety of non-invasive
screenings and services such as:
Flu Vaccinations- $10 donation for the community/free to
college students showing IDBlood Pressure ScreeningHeight/Weight
and Body Mass IndexGrip Strength and Pulse Ox (Oxygen Saturation
Testing)Bariatric and Diabetes EducationStop by and meet your
BB&T Financial Partners to uncover solutions to help with your
fiscal and physical well-being!
Inaugural Holistic Health Fair
AGENDA & BREAKOUT SESSIONS
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: DAVID MERCIER
“SYMPTOM AS A MESSAGE”
FROM DAVID’S BOOK A BEAUTIFUL MEDICINE
Nanticoke Room 236 A, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor
“YOGA FOR VENDORS”
8:30-9 a.m. • Holistic Health Fair Hall
Join Monika Lupean as she guides us for a half hour of gentle
yoga before the business
begins at the Holistic Health Fair.
“HYPNOTIC BEAUTY” WITH RHONDA CUBBAGE
10-11a.m. • Nanticoke Room 236 B, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor.
Self-Hypnosis can give your complexion a glow, your smile a
charisma, and your eyes a
sparkle better than beauty products.
“BIOELECTROGRAPHY” WITH RAFAEL CORREA
10-11 a.m. • Nanticoke Room 236 A, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor.
This overview will explain a breakthrough technology that scans
your fingertips and gives
you an instant and accurate report of your overall physical and
“YOGA FOR EVERY BODY” WITH MONIKA LUPEAN
11 a.m.-noon • • Outdoors, weather permitting;
Nanticoke Room 236 B, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor.
A fulfilling, nourishing and challenging yoga practice for any
body type. 60 minutes of
tuning in to what your body needs – stretching, strengthening,
moving and breathing.
Access your relaxation response, watch your worries melt away
and find the peace that is
the real you.
“PAIN MANAGEMENT: PAIN IS INEVITABLE SUFFERING IS OPTIONAL”
WITH RAFAEL & VERONICA CORREA
11 a.m.-noon • Nanticoke Room 236 A, Guerrieri Center, 2nd
This experiential session will teach you a powerful technique to
let go of your pain. Once
you learn the tapping technique to release pain, you can use it
over and over again.
“MAKING REAL FOOD FUN” WITH LYNN MATAVA
Noon-1 p.m. • The Country Tart Vendor Table in the main hall.
Join Matava for a live demonstration on how to prepare foods
that are good for you and
“SOUL YOGA” WITH JENNIFER MITCHELL
Noon-1 p.m. • Outdoors, weather permitting;
Nanticoke Room 236 A, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor
Experience yoga at a gentle pace, ideal for students of all
ages. This breath-centered class
will allow students to get curious and delve into aspects of
yoga that interest them most.
Work on alignment, build strength and flexibility, protect your
body and breathe deeply. A
seated meditation will begin this practice.
“SYMPTOM AS A MESSAGE” WITH DAVID MERCIER (KEY NOTE SPEAKER)
1-1:45 p.m. • Nanticoke Room 236 A, Guerrieri Center, 2nd floor.
Mercier will be sharing how to listen to our bodies and bring
healing from his book
EIM Challenge Week: A week dedicated to making physical activity
a priority in your life and an opportunity to begin the journey
to a healthier you!
Individual Movement Challenges consists of burpees in Seagull
Square, jump rope in Red Square, triceps dips at the Henson
Patio and squats at the Quad. Each station will have a set
amount of time for each participant to perform as many
repetitions of the exercise they can do. There will be male and
female first place winners in each exercise.
Team Scavenger Hunt will start at 10 am outside of Maggs, it
will end at 2 pm. Each team will consist of three participants
and will be placed according to time and accuracy of the
completed scavenger hunt.
Campus Wide Ride or Stride Across America Challenge is an easy
individual activity that simply requires you to record your
miles for the day! Posters will be hung up outside of the Maggs
fitness Room and in UFC so participants can record the amount of
miles they biked or ran for the day. A total will be added at
the end of the evening to see how far Salisbury University went
for the day!
Zumba on the Lawn, Halloween Edition!! At 11 am, Autumn
Romanowski will be leading zumba in front of Perdue in the lawn.
Everyone is suggested to dress up and the best costume gets a
Wellness @ SU presents David Mercier
Members of the Campus Community,
As part of our Wellness @ SU Program, I invite you to join me
for a special evening with author, life coach and acupuncturist,
David Mercier. Most of us experience daily stress caused by the
many demands of school, work, family, friends and other
obligations. Our ability to deal with that stress and bring
balance to our lives is often the determinant of our physical
and mental wellbeing. Through his book, A Beautiful Medicine – A
Radical Look at the Essence of Health and Healing, Mr. Mercier
brings new perspective to health, disease, and wellness and our
ability “to transform into the best human beings possible –
physically, psychologically, and spiritually.”
Mr. Mercier will discuss his book and wellness ideas and take
questions from the audience. A book signing will follow. Free
books will be available to the first 50 attendees.
Janet Dudley-Eshbach, Ph.D.
Wellness @ SU: Heart Health Fair
February is American Heart Month. Various screening services
(blood pressure, body mass, and bone density testing) will be
provided, as well as overall health, nutrition and exercise
information. Sammy the Sea Gull is also supporting our health
initiative, so he will be flying in around 11:30am.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States
for both men and women. However, there are many preventive
measures that can be taken to reduce the risk factors for heart
disease. In the United States, someone has a heart attack every
34 seconds and each minute, someone dies from a heart
disease-related event. There is only one YOU, so take the time
to understand the risk factors for heart disease and what you
can do to establish or maintain a healthy lifestyle.
We hope to see you there!
Wellness @ SU Lunch and Learn: Heart Health!
To all Faculty and Staff, Did you know that February is American
Heart Month? Heart disease is the leading cause of death for
both men and women, but heart disease is preventable and
controllable. You can help prevent heart disease by making
healthy choices and managing any medical conditions you may
have. This month’s Lunch and Learn will feature Dr. Thomas
Pellinger from our own Applied Health Physiology Graduate
Program. He will speak on Wednesday, February 13 about how
exercise, diet, behavior modification and stress management
affects your heart’s health.
Wellness @ SU Graduate Assistant
Wicomico Executive's Fitness Council for a Fall Walk
Who's walking? Hopefully you will be. It starts at the East
Market Street Pavilion anytime from 11am - 1:30pm; follow our
route then return for a healthy bagged lunch and fall sweet
treat. Health vendors will be on hand. Wear your costume and
enter our contest (no masks please). See attached flyer for more
details and registration info.
Thanks to our generous financial donors - Salisbury University
Foundation, Inc., Perdue, Inc. and Avery Hall Insurance, Inc.
and to our always generous supporters - The Board of Ed. Food
Service, PRMC, Wicomico Co. Health Dept., Wicomico Rec & Parks,
Mid-Delmarva YMCA and others.
Share this message with all your friends and contacts. We'll see
you there. It's not a trick, but a treat to walk our downtown
* * *
The cost of the vaccine is $15.00; payable by cash, check or
Gull Card. Vaccines are available on a walk-in basis and given
on a first-come, first served basis. Students under the age of
18 must provide written consent from a parent or guardian.
Please call Student Health Services at 410-543-6262 to have
consent faxed and picked up prior to coming to the clinic. For
those unable to make today's clinic, vaccinations will again be
administered this Friday, October 5th, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Students, faculty, staff, retirees, and their spouses or
partners are eligible for the vaccine. Vaccination is your best
protection against the flu!
The clinics are being sponsored by Student Health Services and
the Department of Nursing
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Wellness @ SU Kickoff Event
(Rain Date: Friday, October 26)
SU faculty and staff are invited to the launch of Wellness @ SU.
Activities include plyometrics on the lawn at 3:15 p.m., a yoga
demonstration at 3:30 p.m. and a walk around campus led by
Dudley-Eshbach at 4 p.m. Attendees may enjoy healthy snacks and
visit wellness stations to sign up for fitness assessments,
enjoy massages and learn about employee health benefits.
The first 100 participants receive a free T-shirt. Those who
make a minimum donation of $5 to the Maryland Charities Campaign
will be entered to win an iPad. Other raffle prizes include yoga
mats, gift cards, nutrition books and more.
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