Wellness for Women Through Mindful Living
Thursday, April 29, 2021
7:00 PM via Zoom
featuring Michele F. Schuckel, MBA, BSN, RN
Michele Schuckel, nurse leader, health coach, and partner at Mind Body Medical Associates will talk us through practical tips and tools to live mindfully and feel well, even in these uncertain times of Coronavirus. The practice and science of mindful living can be applied to all aspects of your life including compassion for yourself and others, communication with your partner and family, sleep-health, sex, nutrition, your career, stress management, and exercise. Join us for a discussion and come away empowered to feel better!
Ms. Schuckel has decades of experience in coaching and leadership training and is passionate about teaching and supporting individuals and families to live mindfully. She has developed all-ages programs relating to grief and loss and for reaffirming one's resilience approaching and after major life changes, including death, divorce, downsizing, returning to work, the birth of a child, heading to college, and empty-nesting. Her science-based approach to living a mindful and healthy life focuses on both physical and emotional health and utilizing wellness practices as tools to set and achieve measurable goals.
Ms. Schuckel earned a Masters in Business Administration from the F. W. Olin College of Business at Babson College with a focus in entrepreneurship and marketing and she holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Michigan with a focus in oncology, psychiatric nursing and change management. She has held executive positions in clinical healthcare, information technology and national sales, worked in educational settings and in public health. Her areas of interest and expertise include the science of human happiness, mindfulness, and modern meditation and she is a graduate and life-long practitioner of the Silva Method.
Ms. Schuckel has also completed coursework in sleep science, understanding and treating generalized anxiety and related anxiety disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, meditation, yoga and exercise for stress management, nutrition and mindful eating, anxiety reduction in children, and conquering digital distraction in business, educational, and home settings.
In her free time Ms. Schuckel finds balance in spending time with her family, and in the garden or dance studio. She loves to cook and aspires to learn the guitar.