Tina Staley and Julie Hill have partnered to bring you an exclusive series of events featuring the Kindness in Action program. Self-Care Saturday is hitting the road in 2019 with stops across the country. Visit our events page for additional stops.
You are invited to join us for a ground-breaking Kindness in Action workshop, on Saturday, April 27th, in Denver. Tina Staley has worked for decades on how to take kindness to the next level. In this workshop, you will learn tools and strategies that will help you lead life from your inner strengths. You will leave having a greater understanding of the amazing person you truly are. No matter where you are or what you are doing, you will have clarity around what you stand for and understand how you can live your purpose from passion and excitement.
Julie Hill will lead a walk and talk on the High Line Canal Trail, and discuss the latest research and offer tips on how to have a healthier heart, and how to make smart lifestyle choices. A healthy lunch will be provided. Don’t forget your walking shoes!
Register through the form below, and we look forward to seeing you on the 27th of April. We all deserve to take a Self-Care Saturday to feel more focused and more alive.
Date & Time: Saturday, April 27th | 10am - 4pm Mountain time
Location: A private residence in Greenwood Village, CO (address will be provided once the RSVP form is complete)
A healthy lunch, beverages and a walk are included.
Fill out the form below to RSVP for this workshop.
More About Tina Staley
Tina Staley is a licensed clinical social worker residing in Denver, Colorado. She has 25 years of experience working in mental health, cancer and chronic illness, with an emphasis on end-of-life issues and improving quality of life for older adults.
Tina has served as an integrative oncology instructor at the Duke Cancer Institute where her quality-of-life interventions, counseling and research with terminally ill breast cancer patients was the subject of an award-winning documentary film, What Love Is, Pathfinders 50. She is also co-author of the book Living Fully, Dying Well, a topic she presented at TEDxAsheville. Tina was most recently asked to speak at the Aspen Ideas Festival on the topic Reimagine Aging.
More About Julie Hill
Julie currently serves as the Chair for Colorado State Advocacy Committee for the American Heart Association. Additionally, she has been a member of the Board of Trustees and remains a member of the Diversity, Inclusion, Global Initiates Committee (DIG), where Julie started the YMCA’s Friends Abroad Program. Julie was a member on the Governor Council in both Florida and Colorado on Health and Nutrition. She has worked for 24 years in the Florida Public School System, and is currently completing her MS degree in Marketing and Healthcare Leadership at the University of Denver.