Sun Apr 23 - Teen GLP - Good Quality Sleep in our Busy Lives
REMINDER - SUNDAY APRIL 23
Our next session is on Sunday, April 23 @ 10:15 AM. Our topic for this session is to learn the importance of sleep, and how to get a good quality of sleep in our busy lives.
As before, communication will be sent on the Remind app and the actual session will be conducted via Zoom.
For detailed instructions on joining the Remind app, please use the link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GFIOJBoEsSYG0NRlMBdCnymRWK7Cm3jY/view?usp=sharing
Please join the session via the following: https://zoom.us/j/91487012190?pwd=NlNCeDJrTHBsRXhvWC9salMrblNzdz09
Meeting ID 91487012190; Passcode: 888264
We hope to see you there!
Teens have a lot on their plate, and they may feel overwhelmed with thoughts of frustration and other concerns. Through a series of live zoom sessions with Q & A parts, two high-school teens will address and present current topics concerning teen health and wellness. The session will be broken down into three parts, good living practices, the teen topic for that day, and then the question and answer session.
With the knowledge and guidance from Dr. Ram Rao and his team join us as we grow together and learn about healthy ways of dealing with the ever-growing problems that we face as teenagers in a world with technology developing so rapidly. All beliefs, all religions, and all genders are welcome.
Dr. Rammohan Ram holds a PhD in neuroscience. He has over two decades of experience in research and teaching specifically in age-associated neurodegenerative diseases with special emphasis on Alzheimer’s disease. He is a NAMA Board Certified Ayurveda Practitioner (AP), a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) from Yoga Alliance and a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Accreditation Council (NAMAC). He is also the author of the sensational book, Good Living Practices: “The best from Ayurveda, Yoga and Modern Science For Achieving Optimal Health, Happiness and Longevity.”
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, please contact Dhanya Subramanian at email@example.com or Shravan Sundaram at firstname.lastname@example.org.