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  • 12/08/16 -
    6:15 PM to 7:30 PM

    Take Control of Your Stress

As part of the Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School Series, the Community of Chemistry Graduate Students presents “Take Control of Your Stress" by Sarah Mork. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP to ccgs@umn.edu (include any dietary restrictions). This event is open to all who are interested (graduate students, post-doctoral associates, etc.)

Abstract

With each passing day, we gain greater insight into the numerous psychological and physical effects of stress in our lives. This often chronic and unrelenting stress manifests itself in a variety of ways and chips away at our resolve bit by bit, potentially damaging our health and well being in the process. The good news? By becoming aware of the presence of stress in our lives we can take action, and adjust our perception, to minimize its detrimental effects and potentially even use stress to our advantage!

Sarah Mork

Mork has been an ACE Certified Personal Trainer since 2008 and holds numerous certifications. She has worked with groups ranging from the UMN to the YWCA in a teaching/consulting/coaching capacity. As a trainer and health coach, she places significant emphasis on mindset and stress reduction along with a focus on proper training, nutrition and supplementation. Most recently, Sarah has built her own health and wellness coaching company, Incite Health and Performance.

  • Event Details

    Location: Kate and Michael Bárány Conference Room (117/119 Smith Hall)
    Host: Community of Chemistry Graduate Students
    Speakers:
    • Sarah Mork, ACE Certified Personal Trainer