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February 10: Light Exercise

Please join us in the Community Health Education Center on Wednesday, February 10 at 1:00 pm for some light exercise. This program is presented by Carrie Baines, Assistant Director of Fitness/Wellness, VCU Recreational Sports. Carrie will discuss the health benefits of regular exercise, and lead us through some light exercises that can be done right …. Read more

February 9: “Love Shouldn’t Hurt”

Please join us in the Community Health Education Center on Tuesday, February 9 at noon for “Love Shouldn’t Hurt.” This program about healthy relationships and domestic violence will be presented by Caitlin Shiflett, MSW, Victim Advocate, Project Empower Coordinator, VCU Injury and Violence Prevention Program.  http://www.ivpp.vcu.edu/empower.html Experts in the field will address signs, symptoms, and …. Read more

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February 5: Guided Meditation

Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Friday, February 5 at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is very limited. Please let us know which of the two 30 minute …. Read more

February 3: Guided Meditation

Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Wednesday, February 3 at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is very limited. Please let us know which of the two 30 minute …. Read more

January 29: Meditation

Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Friday, January 29 at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is very limited. Please let us know which of the two 30 minute …. Read more

January 28: Weight Loss Surgery

Please join us on Thursday, Jan. 28 at noon for a program on Weight Loss Surgery. The multi-disciplinary team at the VCU Surgical Weight Loss Center will be providing a free informational session to discuss weight loss surgery. Refreshments will be provided.   Space is limited and registration is required.   For more information or to register, please …. Read more

January 27: Meditation

Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Wednesday, January 27 at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is very limited. Please let us know which of the two 30 minute …. Read more

January 20: Meditation

Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Wednesday, January 20 at 12 noon and again at 12:30 pm. Space is very limited. Please let us know which of the two 30 minute …. Read more

January 15: Guided Meditation Session

Start off the New Year with a renewed sense of purpose and some time for yourself! Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Friday, January 15 at 12 noon and again at …. Read more

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January 13: Guided Meditation Session

Start off the New Year with a renewed sense of purpose and some time for yourself! Take a moment out of your day to de-stress, re-focus, and find balance in a relaxed setting. Join Georgianne Ginder for a 30 minute guided meditation session in CHEC on Wednesday, January 13 at 12 noon and again at …. Read more

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Did You Know?

90 may be the new 85? The number of people 90 and older is on the rise. In 1980, there were 720,000 people aged 90 and older in the United States. In 2010, the number was 1.9 million. By 2050, it could be 9 million. – MedlinePlus Magazine