HEALTHY LIVING FOR INCOMING COLLEGE FRESHMEN
A 2-Day Seminar for High School Senior Students
(also known as Adjusting to College Life)
Suzy Harmon, Pearce parent and author of Hungry for Health, Starved for Time, is offering a two-day seminar that focuses on healthy eating and living for incoming college freshmen. Without the 24/7 support of family or the structure of built-in physical activities like sports, band, dance, etc. it is imperative that our college freshmen are given the necessary tools for success. Suzy does just that! This is her 4th year of presenting this unique two-day seminar for graduating seniors.
The cost for the course is $99 which includes 2-day seminar, complimentary lunch and handouts with a wealth of tips, tricks and advice to help students navigate the road to a happy & healthy continuing education experience!
Eating Strategies. Lunch at your local University Cafeteria. Activities and topics include:
- Meeting the Chef
- Ordering and enjoying cafeteria food
- Strategies in meal selection
- The importance of beverage choices
- Mindful eating
- Chewing your food
- Healthy snack options
- When to eat and when not to eat
Group Discussions and Presentations. Activities include:
- Dorm and cafeteria life
- Healthy relationships
- Engagement in class
- Meeting new people
- Exercise and incorporating movement
- Sense of purpose and positive self-care
- Guided imagery and meditation
- Understanding when you are “out of balance”
GROUPS ARE FORMING NOW IN YOUR AREA!
Dallas group Session One is on February 25th at 11am at UTD.
Session Two will be determined by schedules of participants. Alternate dates can be scheduled for groups of 4 or more. Contact Suzy for more information or if you're not local to Dallas and want to form a group in your area.