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February 2022 Webinar
February 3, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
From Stressed to Refreshed
Speaker and Stress-Management Master Coach
Rise Up and Live Wellness
In this eye-opening presentation, you’ll understand the various types of stress, how stress impacts your health, an awareness of your own stressors, and practical stress-management strategies to go from stressed to refreshed. Chronic stress is a national epidemic causing burnout and health issues. Sadly, the negative effects of stress are widespread and growing. Stress affects our physical, mental, and emotional health, as well as relationships, productivity, and job performance. Implementing three powerful stress-management techniques can leave you feeling refreshed in 2022.
- Stress is the number one cause of health issues.
- If we do not intentionally tap into our parasympathetic system, our body stays in the stress response system.
- Your breath can complete the stress cycle and change the quality of your day.
More about Kelli:
Kelli Risse works with success-driven professionals to reduce and manage stress—so they stop feeling out of control—and start being in charge of their life, peace, and happiness. A stressful career led Kelli to step back and evaluate who she was being and how she was living.
Kelli is the CEO of Rise Up and Live Wellness. She is a contributing author in the Amazon International Best Seller “Fearless and Fabulous.” Kelli has been in the health and wellness industry for over 11 years.
She is a master coach in the Advanced Transformational Coaching Method, as well as a master Neuro-Linguistic Programing practitioner and master TimeLine Therapy practitioner.
Kelli has been a member of PWA since 2020, as well as a member of the St. Louis and National Speakers Association, President of the West County chapter of Little Black Book: Women in Business, a member of Vision St. Charles County Leadership program, and continually gives back in her community.
She is a big St. Louis Blues hockey fan and loves attending concerts.