a "taste" of The Wisdom of Living Well

Thursday, November 10, 2022 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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A taste of…“The Wisdom of Living Well”
An evening at the intersection of Divinely-designed abundant life
and wise lifestyle choices, featuring evidence-based conversation
and practical exercises supporting whole-person wellbeing.

Personal interactions at home, at work or in our communities can present a perfect storm for chronic disconnection, disintegration, and dis-ease. Co-facilitated by a medical physician and a spiritual director, this introductory event explores how wise lifestyle choices empower our human capacity to shift from basic survival toward Divinely inspired thriving. We will give attention to the relationship between life in fullness and wise lifestyle choices, the five key human capacities known to impact well-being, and basic practices and resources that inspire sustainable lifestyle changes toward well-being.

Through practical, evidence-based conversations and exercises, this taste of “The Wisdom of Living Well” introduces you to personal lifestyle changes that support whole-person well-being.

This event provides a sneak peak to our 8-week experiential workshop called “The Wisdom of Living Well,” an interdisciplinary experience of making wise lifestyle choices that align with the Creative Spirit’s invitation toward well-being, scheduled for Spring 2023.

Registration Fee: $50
Registration Deadline:  11/4/22
 

About the leader(s)

Marissa Fernandez Kiemele

Marissa Fernandez Kiemele, MD, is board certified in Family Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine and has been in practice for 25 years in North America and internationally.  She is the founder of “AIM to Live Well,” a mindfulness-based, whole-person, transformational lifestyle-change program for living well and for prevention and treatment of chronic medical conditions.  She has taken culinary training in the US and Europe. Other interests include organic edible gardening, visiting organic farms and farmers’ markets across the globe, cooking, reading, yoga, being in nature, and kayaking.

John Kiemele

John Kiemele is a wellbeing educator and spiritual director who currently companions individuals, teaches various seminars and lifestyle classes, leads contemplative retreats, and also serves as Program Director at Rolling Ridge Retreat Center.  With a focus on contemplative soul care, John gratefully walks alongside individuals, small groups, classrooms and congregations.  Recognizing how intentional pausing and listening unlocks life, John strives to engage the whole person – body, mind, soul – in the lifelong process of living well.  John received his PhD in education/spirituality from Talbot School of Theology, with post-doctoral emphases in Spiritual Direction, Mindful Self-Compassion, the Enneagram Spectrum, and Wellness Coaching.