The Whole Purpose (TWP), an Orange County, Calif.-based health first company offering individuals and corporations an innovative approach to mindful living, has teamed up with Working Wardrobes, a nonprofit dedicated to providing workforce readiness services and professional attire for people who have barriers to employment and are eager to get back into the workforce.
Working Wardrobes CEO and Founder Jerri Rosen and Kelly Lam, Founder of The Whole Purpose, are hosting a free three-part video series to help individuals at home get in shape, stay in shape and feel positive and energized while we follow the stay-at-home order. They will be discussing the topics below:
The Quarantine Fifteen!
- Kelly will share fun and energizing tips that everyone can put into practice while we’re spending a lot of time at home. For those of us who are too close to the refrigerator, Kelly’s ideas will be sure to delight and encourage.
Your Home has a Gym in it!!
- It’s true and Kelly’s got tips! You will never look at your kitchen counter in the same way!! Kelly can take the most user-friendly ideas and share ways to stay physically fit and happy–and you won’t be paying a penny for equipment!
What Will Our New Normal Be?
- One day soon we will find ourselves in a new normal, ready to walk into our offices, our neighborhoods, our schools and our shopping centers. We want to think about who we want to be and how we can communicate to our office mates, our colleagues and our friends, the new people we are and the new approaches we have to work and life. It will be about making Mindful Transitions.
The Whole Purpose builds customized, high-impact and integrative programs for individuals and corporations that provide a comprehensive approach to Mindful Wellness through a balanced lifestyle based on nutrition, physical well-being and purposeful communication. The company hosts a variety of events centered on Mindful Wellness and develops corporate wellness programs for companies of all sizes.
Since 1990, Working Wardrobes has served over 105,000 men, women, young adults and veterans emerging from a variety of life crises including the transitional from military to civilian workforce, alcohol and substance abuse, prison re-entry, domestic violence, homelessness, catastrophic illness and traumatic financial losses. Working Wardrobes serves CalWorks recipients, clients of social service agencies and individuals in 60 social service agencies in Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego counties and the Inland Empire.
While most of us are following state orders and are in our homes for the better part of the day, sheltering in place really has its challenges when it comes to diet and exercise.
The workshops will be on Zoom (details to be provided) and the series is FREE to all participants. Register to join the workshops for free: https://workingwardrobes.org/smartandhealthywomen/
- Thursday, April 23rd, 4:00 p.m. PST
- Thursday, May 7th, 4:00 p.m. PST
- Thursday, May 21st, 4:00 p.m. PST
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