How to Achieve Optimal Mental Wellbeing in a New & Virtual World
this webinar is brought to you by nuuaria in partnership with the phoenix chamber of commerce and the valley young professionals group.
HOW TO ACHIEVE OPTIMAL MENTAL WELLBEING IN A NEW, VIRTUAL WORLD
From time management to optimizing productivity, attaining the proverbial work-life balance is gone. Yet, in a forever-changed world, it's possible to achieve a new kind of mental wellbeing.
On September 29, 2020 Valley Young Professionals held a virtual presentation to hear expert advice from Maya Nahra, founder of Nuuaria and diplomat of the American Institute of Stress. Viewers learned about the four types of habitual thinking that can slow progress and steal balance. Maya also shared evidence-based practices to create new neuropathways in the brain that support creativity, joy, and peace in a new and virtual world.
what they're saying
I was present and not multi-tasking. Your content and delivery were fantastic, and everything is so timely for me on a personal/professional level, thank you.
Emily Denes, Development Coordinator/Donor Care & Relations at Arizona Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley
Thank you again for such an awesome presentation today! I’ve already received such great feedback, and I know I personally gained a ton from your advice & message.
Ashley Caronna, Program Coordinator, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
Thank you graciously for the information you shared. There was a lot I took away and will be sure to be mindful of it as I go about my day as well as those I touch.
Xerxes Nabong, CFP®, CRPC®
Owner and Financial Advisor at Wealth Avenue™
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Thank you for today’s webinar on Mental Wellbeing. I was truly impressed and found myself focused on the meeting rather than 'multitasking' with email like I often do.
Patrick Fitzhugh, Director, Regional Site Management, USAA
Meet the instructor
Maya Nahra, RD, DAIS
Maya is the founder of Nuuaria, creator of the Nuuaria Method® and Diplomate of the American Institute of Stress who is no stranger to the ill-effects stress can have on the body. Once ridden with anxiety, depression, frustration and overwhelm herself – even on medication at times – she found her way through neuroscience and meditation.