HEALTH VOWS PROGRAM WORKSHOP SERIES

Centered Around the Seven Health Vows
Vows to Self for Better Health

young woman on grass in golden lightDr. Liza M. Swedarsky is sponsoring a seven-week workshop series entitled the Health Vows Program. The goal of the program is to offer women tools to influence individual behavior changes that will allow You to live more healthily and improve mindfulness. Liza

has a history in leading workshops offering mindfulness, meditation, self-advocacy tools and helping women make conscious choices that better impact their health.

Benefits:

Seven weeks of Free health coaching with topics centered in mindfulness, self-empowerment, self-advocacy, self-awareness, and self-love

Who is eligible:

Women over the age of 18 who speak English

Duration:

Seven weeks: Saturdays, 1.5-hour sessions on Zoom

When:

Series Starts Saturday October 23rd, from 10-11:30 am

No cost to participate!
Zoom: Link will be provided
Email: info@healthvows.org with Questions
Sign Up below!
You will receive a $25 dollar gift card for completing program surveys

MassGeneral Brigham through the Brigham Care Redesign Incubator and Startup Program is sponsoring this seven-week workshop series entitled the Health Vows Program.

This is research study called: Targeting Individual Behaviors by Empowering Women to Honor Health Vows Centered in Mindfulness

If you are interested in being part of this exciting journey that will show that living healthily and true change and transformation begin in the mind, contact Dr. Liza Swedarsky at: info@healthvows.org

    Your information will not be shared with third parties. Please expect a phone call to confirm enrollment.

    Created and facilitated by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Southern Jamaica Plain’s Gynecologist and Minimally Invasive Surgeon Dr. Liza M. Swedarsky. She has an extensive background in studying mindfulness, meditation and helping women discover the root causes behind challenges showing up in their lives. The program series has been supported by funding from the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers and most recently was awarded a Brigham Care Redesign Incubator and Startup Program grant (BCRISP)