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Wellness Momentum

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Date:
Sun, March 6th
Time:
10:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Event Category:

Organizer

Gayle
Phone:
543-7675 ext. 2551
E-mail:
gayle@bcplib.org

Virtual Event Stcker Give your wellness a boost…

Join us to explore a variety of heath and wellness topics with the experts! Journey with us through sessions designed to build strength in mind and body through reflection, movement, relaxation, and other self-care practices.

For ages 18 and up.
Enjoy a new video every Sunday morning from the comfort of home via BCPL’s main Facebook page. Can’t make it at 10:00 AM? That’s fine, too. Each session will remain online to view, share, and enjoy for three months after the original air date!

Questions? Contact Gayle at [email protected] or call 543-7675 ext. 2551.


Your Virtual Wellness Journey

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Stephanie is an inspiring author, sought-after speaker, and experienced consultant. She strives to help individuals looking to find deeper purpose and to empower teams and organizations in achieving new levels of success. Stephanie is the author of Color Today Pretty and Color Today Pretty Guided Journal, where she shares her secrets to finding true perspective and brings the lessons to life providing readers with personal reflection.

Stephanie Jackson

Yoga: January 30th–February 13th

with Stephanie Jackson   E-mail

Clear your mind, reduce stress, and gain flexibility! Build strength in mind and body during targeted yoga sessions with Stephanie Jackson of Southern Charm Yoga.

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Stephanie is a certified yoga instructor with 10 years’ experience. She began teaching classes at BCPL in 2018, including Yoga, Choga Tuesdays, virtual Chair Yoga sessions during the height of the pandemic, and kids’ yoga classes. You can currently join Stephanie at the library in person at for Chair Yoga or Little Yogis for kids ages 3–5.

Jacqueline Hope Derby

Grief & Loss: February 20th–March 20th

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Bertena Varney

Art of Observation: March 27th & April 3rd

with Bertena Varney   Website | Facebook

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Bertena Varney operates Inner Bliss Spiritual Center in Bowling Green as well as the virtual self-care center A New You Self Care & Wellness Center. She is a multi-published author, a yoga and yoga wellness instructor, a meditation teacher, a self-care coach, and a personal trainer with weight conditioning. She is focused on showing others how to let go of the anxiety of the world and finding the new you. Bertena enjoys teaching techniques to nourish your body, mind, and spirit.

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with Craig Caudill    Website

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Craig is the author of the books Extreme Wilderness Survival and Ultimate Wilderness Gear and co-author of Essential Wilderness Navigation. He has been featured on public education television for the shows Kentucky Afield, Kentucky Life, and Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen. His work can also be seen in Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Backwoods Survival Guide, Self-Reliance Illustrated, American Prepper, Wilderness Way, American Frontiersman, Ballistic, and American Survival Guide. He has a very active blog which contains his podcasts (host and guest spots) and also guest blogs for a variety of popular websites.