LRH “Living Well” Education December Special Self-Care Event
Music, Massage, and Making Essential Oils Among Activities
(FERGUS FALLS, Minn.) – Live acoustic music by Ty Stortroen will set the stage for a special Self-Care Workshop hosted by Lake Region Healthcare (LRH) for their Living Well Education Series next month. The session will be held at the Fergus Falls Public Library Community Room beginning at 4:30pm on Tuesday, December 3rd.
“In the busy-ness of the holidays, we want to invite everyone to pause for some self-care,” said LRH Director of Wellness Natalie Knutson. “We’re bringing in live music and massage therapy along with some great activities for both adults and kids including kids art, making essential oils, and designing a gratitude ornament. Plus we’ll serve up some healthy snacks & beverages to inspire you for healthier holiday eating too,” she added.
The workshop will run from 4:30 to 7:30 and RSVPs are requested for food and supplies. Participants can come at any time & stay as long as they wish.
The 2019-2020 Living Well educational forums are be held the first Tuesday of each month from September through April. The education series is designed to offer a broad range of information on health-related topics to address all seven components of Wellness.
The December session will be held on Tuesday, December 3rd from 4:30 to 7:30pm in the Fergus Falls Public Library Community Room at 205 E Hampden Avenue in Fergus Falls.
All Living Well sessions are free and open to the public, but registration is requested to plan for refreshments. Call 218.736.8699 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to register. Attendees are welcome without registration as well.
Individual session topics and details for future Living Well sessions are available on the “Health & Wellness => Calendar” link at www.lrhc.org. The upcoming 2019-2020 Living Well topics include:
January: The Health Benefits of Wild Game from Prep to Plate
February: Improving Your Financing Health
March: High Fiber Foods for Lower Colon Cancer Risk
April: Go Green this Spring: Cleaning, Decluttering, Gardening & More
Another “Shop with a Doc” sessions will also be held as an additions to the series in partnership with Service Food Market on a date to be determined in February.
About Lake Region Healthcare
Lake Region Healthcare is living out its vision to be Minnesota's preeminent regional healthcare partner. With over 80 Medical Staff and over 900 employees, its team is dedicated to serving its patients and community with integrity, teamwork, compassion and excellence. For more information about Lake Region Healthcare, visit www.lrhc.org.