How to Kill Stress without Killing Yourself: Hints & TipsNovember 29, 2017, 18:00-20:30The Royal Bank of Canada, 17/F, Cheung Kong Centre
2 Queen’s Road, Central
Hong Kong SAR, ChinaMember Price: HKD 210Non-Member Price: HKD 315
2 Queen’s Road, Central
Hong Kong SAR, China
How to Kill Stress without Killing Yourself
Hints & Tips
Presented by The Women's Network
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
In this seminar, we will share insights and tips on how women in general could maintain physical and mental well-being while balancing multiple tasks and responsibilities. Interesting topics include what should be the right posture at work, how to take care of your physical self, and demonstration of some easy-to-do exercise at home or at the office.
Our speakers, Michelle and Joy, will be covering some of the common physical, chemical, mental and emotional symptoms people are experiencing today, and the corresponding treatment options or self-help techniques that are available with a focus on women’s health in particular.
We believe this would be a valuable seminar especially for those experiencing neck, shoulder and back pains. Please join us in learning a few health tips!
Joy Li is a Registered Specialized Kinesiology Practitioner with the Australian Kinesiology Association (AKA) and has been a practicing Kinesiologist in Hong Kong since 2013. She has studied under Dr. Charles Krebs (LEAP), Hugo Tobar and Brett Scott in the United States, Australia and Hong Kong respectively. She uses emotional freedom technique (EFT), mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and Brain Gym® in her treatments, and currently is completing her Advanced Diploma in Neuroenergetic Kinesiology and Masters of Counselling degree with Monash University.
To maintain balance in her life, Joy sprinkles mediation throughout her day, taking time to engage her senses and be present, and finds that being positive in the mundane helps her to enjoy each day.
Dr. Michelle Zhou McCulloch is an Australian Chiropractor practicing in Central Hong Kong. She was born in Shanghai and migrated to Australia with her family as a teenager. In 2010, she moved with her husband Cale to Hong Kong. She is the principle and founder of UP!health, a multidisciplinary clinic in the heart of Central on Wellington Street.
After more than a decade in clinical practice, it is her firm belief that true health is more than simply being illness-free or pain-free. Health is an ongoing journey to find our individual balance between physical, chemical, and mental and emotional health. Aside from physical balance in the form of a well-aligned spine with good muscle tone, we need a balanced diet to satisfy all our nutritional requirements, a well-adjusted internal chemical balance and a balanced state of mind to help us to manage our increasingly busy urban lives. It is with this concept, UP!health was born.