This program helps you deal with the challenges of living with an ongoing health conditions such as heart disease, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, cancer, diabetes or arthritis. Research has shown that HLC helps participants cope with fatigue, frustration, pain and stress. The program was developed at Stanford University. The introductory class will be 30-60 minutes on 2/1 from 1:00-2:00. Leaders will describe the free 6 week Healthier Living Colorado class and what it can do to help you improve your health. 6 week class sessions are on Wednesdays, 2/8 – 3/15 1:00—3:30 pm.
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Building Hope Summit County
“Be Your Own Valentine”
Show yourself some love this Valentine’s Day. Immerse yourself in an affirming, inspirational evening of films, quotes, insight and creativity focused on self-nurturing and self-care. The evening will culminate with crafting a valentine to yourself. Please join us! It might be one of the sweetest decisions you make for yourself this winter.
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This session is designed for people who will turn 65 or who will be Medicare eligible within the next year. Medicare beneficiaries, and family members, caretakers, and professionals who work with the Medicare Beneficiary population are welcome as well. You will learn about the four parts of Medicare, and the many Medicare rules which include: important enrollment information, late enrollment penalties, how employer coverage works with Medicare, how to enroll, plan comparison, and assistance with and resources to help you with your Medicare now and into the future. 1:00—3:00 pm.
Dr. Kim Bundy-Fazioli, LCSW will be facilitating a 3-week Mindfully Living Series 2/21, 2/28, and 3/7. from 3:00-4:30pm. Kim is the director of Mindfulness Matters Institute, LLC located in Breckenridge and provides mindfulness-based community trainings and education, as well as mindfulness-based counseling for anxiety, stress, and worry.
Mindfulness is about learning to live in the present moment with compassion and kindness toward self and others. The research on mindfulness practice has shown that we can begin to re-route our neuro-pathways that often rein-force symptoms related to stress, anxiety, and depression. However, mindfulness is a practice focused on training our attention; not unlike, physical training one does in sports. To register for this course, please contact the SCCSC at 970-668-2940. For more information about the instructor and course please go to www.mindfulnessmattersinstitute.com. Donations for this course are warmly accepted, but not required.