THRIVE - Four-Part Weekly Series

WWCMA Virtual Event

THRIVE: Four-Part Weekly Series

Facilitated by Kirsten Wright-Cirit, a certified, holistic health coach and founder of Your Wellness Scout as well as WWCMA’s Education and Events Co-Chair.


Each session starts with 10-minutes of information on the weekly topic followed by 15-minutes of asking questions and sharing ideas and then a five-minute wrap up to summarize the conversation.

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THRIVE: Healthy Home

Premiered Friday, April 17

Have you always worked remotely or have you tried different setups? While the couch might be comfy, it might not be the best ergonomic choice. Do you have good suggestions for how to “close up” at the end of the day or week, to make a transition into home life or physical exercise? Join the WWCMA to discuss ways to create a home office that fosters productivity and supports total body health.

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THRIVE: Reframing Obstacles

Premiered Friday, April 24

Managing uncertainty without a clear end in sight can evoke negative thoughts and feelings even for typically positive people. However, there always are opportunities to find creative ways of improving overall well-being at work and at home. Let’s talk about ways of evaluating mindset challenges and focus on positive alternatives!

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THRIVE: Boost Immunity

Premiered Friday, May 1

Boosting immunity is a great habit regardless of a pandemic. Curious which small changes that take just a few minutes each day can make a big impact? You might be surprised to learn how easy it is to reduce toxins that impact nutrition as well as mental and physical well-being. Join this conversation to share your tricks, learn from others and then pass them on to your employees, colleagues, family and friends!

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THRIVE: Social Connection

Premiered Friday, May 8

How have you stayed in touch with colleagues, friends and family? Did you start off strong then lose your momentum? We’ll talk about ways to maintain remote relationships as well as address your thoughts/concerns about what will happen when physical distancing restrictions are loosened.

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Register for THRIVE: Four-Part Weekly Series

THRIVE

MEMBER

Four-Part Weekly Series

FREE

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NON-MEMBER

Four-Part Weekly Series

$10 per session*

*Non-Member Bundle Pricing: Get all 4 sessions for $30. Register for all 4 sessions by Thur, April 16 and we’ll send you back a $10 credit.

Speaker

Kirsten Wright-Cirit

Holistic Health Coach & Founder of Your Wellness Scout
WWCMA Education and Events Co-Chair

Kirsten is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Corporate Event Planner and founder of Your Wellness Scout, a health coaching and corporate wellness consulting practice that integrates sustainable, customized wellness solutions into employees’ daily lives. For more than 17 years, Kirsten has been passionate about the effects of food and stress on the way people live, work and play. This passion coupled with her experience providing tailored and targeted corporate wellness programs supports employees in their journey of finding balance amidst the “rush” of competing priorities. Kirsten’s prior work experience includes Qualcomm (corporate events/health fairs), McKinsey (HBS recruiting), VIF Program (international recruiting) and Northeastern University (entrepreneurial center management) with a focus on event planning and program coordination.

Kirsten holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Cultural Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill and a certificate as a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She was recently featured on WCVB Channel 5 Chronicle and focuses on providing a Working Parents Survival Guide Program for individuals and corporations.

 
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The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts (WWCMA) is the preeminent, independent and objective resource for health promotion in the workplace and champions wellness programs to help employers encourage healthy employees, healthy families, and healthy communities across the Commonwealth.