Sat, Nov 02 | Wainwright House

Mind-mapping and Journaling Your Way to Optimal Health and Success

Techniques used for decades, learn the art of organization and accountability
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Mind-mapping and Journaling Your Way to Optimal Health and Success

Time & Location

Nov 02, 2019, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Wainwright House

About the Event

Part 1: Mind-mapping: 9:30am-12:30pm

Mind-mapping is a time-management tool that allows you to create, develop and achieve short- and long-term goals. Used in business for decades, it is a way to put your thoughts on paper so you can better assess your wants and needs.

Visually appealing, mind-maps are instantly engaging, allowing you to plough and filter through obstacles. A fun technique that opens the mind and heart to possibilities, mind-mapping promotes positive action. As you progress, the very things that are truly important to you reveal themselves.

You become increasingly focused and encouraged to create a pathway to optimal health. Done thoughtfully, you quickly notice a change in your mood, while you create purpose in life, which is key to happiness.

Use mind-mapping to put your health on the front burner at all times. The quality of your life depends on it. When you look good, you feel good and are encouraged to challenge yourself a little more each time. Whether you want to lose weight, incorporate exercise and meditation, write more, and do more in general, mind-mapping will help you achieve results fast. It is an exercise in mindfulness that you can apply to your overall health including life-work balance.

12:30-1:30 Lunch break

Part 2: Journaling 1:30-4:30pm

Writing, just like reading, plays an important role in personal development. As we grow older, we start forgetting things. Whether that is important is entirely up to you. However when it comes to developing a pathway to bettering ourselves and the environment we create for ourselves, writing can be a helpful tool.

It is a form of self-expression, necessary for speaking our truth. We don’t have to be best selling-authors to write. We don’t need to write for a living. Writing is simply a way to activate both the left and right side of the brain, simultaneously.

Writing allows for self-expression without judgement. The process is creative, honest and encourages self-reflection, contemplation, accountability and analytical thinking, bringing ideas forward and developing them. It is an effective tool for revisiting moments from different perspectives and moving forward.

The more we engage in our own lives, the more mindful we become with ourselves and those around us.

ABOUT CORINNE TRANG, Artist-in-Residence

An author of nine books and recipient of four literary awards, Corinne Trang has spent over 20 years researching eastern healing modalities. Known as an expert in Asian food cultures, today, she combines ancient theories and practices that go back thousands of years, helping folks develop balanced, healthful, meaningful, and joyful lives. Her presentations, workshops and retreats incorporate movement, meditation, food and tea therapies, critical thinking and self-expression.

Corinne has consulted for non-profits and for-profits including the American Diabetes Association, Wholesome Wave, Sylvia Center, Kame, Simply Asia and Thai Kitchen. She has written or and been featured in Cooking Light, Saveur, Diabetes Forecast, Diabetes Self-Management, Food & Wine, Gourmet, and The New York Times, to name a few. She has appeared on many television, cable and radio network shows including Martha Stewart Living, Bloomberg, Business Talk Radio, CBS Morning News, Food Network, and TODAY.

An engaging, fun and rigorous instructor, Corinne has taught and or presented at Mass MoCA, New York University, Syracuse University, Ramapo College, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment, and the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne, Germany to name a few.

Today her on-going research is on tea as a spiritual, curative and physical practice. She is a certified holistic health and nutrition counselor, yoga and meditation guide, as well as a tea educator in private practice. She is currently at work on a book about tea and its healing effect on body and mind.

Wainwright House Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be offered if you do not show up, are late, or leave early from a program. If you need to cancel, fees can be transferred to another event.

  • PART 1: Mind-Mapping
  • PART 2: Journaling
  • Part 1 & 2 (discounted)

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