YWCA Bergen County Senior Health & Wellness in partnership with At Home Companions presents Healthy Community Workshops, a FREE monthly series of informative evening presentations for our members and the community.
Join us for an evening of practical advice on keeping yourself, your information, and your finances safe and secure.
November 13: Financial Planning for Your Future
December: To Be Announced
YWCA Bergen County Senior Health & Wellness in partnership with At Home Companions presents Fitness & Friendship Fridays, a FREE fun and informative monthly speaker series!
Presented by Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN, Director of the Center for Healthy Living, Holy Name Medical Center
Have you ever noticed that the more you complain, the worse you feel? That’s because the constant focus on negative things in life makes them bigger and more overwhelming. If you stop and really think about what you’re saying, you’ll notice a shift in thought, and a more positive outlook will begin to form. By changing your thoughts, ultimately, you can reshape your life. Move from being a complainer to an optimist.
Linda Lohsen, BSN, RN serves as the Director for the Center for Healthy Living at Holy Name Medical Center (holyname.org/HealthyLiving), which offers a wide range of activities designed to encourage people to achieve and maintain good health. Linda coordinates the Speakers Bureau and presents seminars and workshops on wellness to community groups throughout Bergen County. In addition to her career as a nurse, Linda’s training in life coaching and stress management enables her to help individuals find resilience and make healthier life choices.
December 1: Dance Party
YWCA Cares! Get in the Swim For Adult Cancer Patients and Survivors
FREE – YWCA swim lessons are available for children and adults who have or had cancer for free, based on the availability of funds. Attendees can participate in any of the appropriate swim classes. For more information, call Membership at 201-444-5600 ext. 400.
Funding for this program is made possible through the generous support of the Ruth Jones and Fannie Averso Fund.