KCCC would like to thank your company for participating in this year’s Games with this one-time FREE offer. Whether you are gearing up for the games or staying healthy afterwards, there will be a topic of interest for everyone. A full menu of choices can be found below. Don’t miss this one-time FREE opportunity for your company! Sessions are available Feb 1st-June 30th.
Menu of Choices
Bicycle 101 in Kansas City
A condensed version of Kansas City's more comprehensive Adult Bicycle Training, BikeWalkKC staff will discuss bike, pedestrian and driver safety to help employees explore new transportation options. Staff will tailor this class to fit your needs and interests. Additional topics discussed could include: The Benefits of Bicycling, Basic Maintenance Skills, Tips to Building Practical Handling Skills and How to Become a Bicycle Commuter.
Sports Injury Prevention & Care
Whether you are an experienced avid athlete or just jumping in during corporate challenge this year, the risk of sports injury can be high. Stay out of the doctor’s office, in the games, and performing at your best, by discovering the injuries you’re at greatest risk for. Then, learn how to lower those risks with this informative presentation by Dr. Brice, with Decker Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic and a former collegiate athlete.
Reducing Stress & Toxicity Workshop
When we are constantly plagued by stress, mental and chemical, our health suffers as a result. In this workshop presented by Dr. George Decker, you will learn how to reduce stress and toxicity both at home and workplace.
Cravings, Weight Gain and the Blood Sugar Rollercoaster
Achieving your healthiest weight is not about dieting or even pure willpower, but rather understanding how certain foods affect bloodsugar levels and appetite. Learn how nutrient-dense meals support healthy metabolism and which nutrient supplements support healthy blood sugar levels and appetite control.
Fight Back Against Stress
Life these days can just be stressful! In this class, learn the physiology of stress; what is happening in your body when you are stressed. We'll discuss how this response in the body can play a role in weight, immune health, sleep, mood, and overall health. You'll learn about foods, lifestyle approaches, and supplements that help support your body in times of stress. Find a little relaxation in your busy day!
Full Potential Friday
Open Options, a nonprofit organization serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, presents “Full Potential Friday,” an eye-opening, engaging and often humorous presentation on disability awareness and disability etiquette. President/CEO Vincent Bustamante draws on personal experiences from 17 years in the disabilities field to promote understanding and inclusion.
The Ali Kemp Educational Foundation’s T.A.K.E. Defense Training empowers women ages 12 to 90 years of age by providing safety awareness and personal protection training and has educated over 60,000 participants since 2005. Your lunch and learn will explore ways to enhance your safety throughout your daily life and actually practice techniques related to common confrontations by an attacker. There is no need to change from your usual office attire; all females are encouraged to attend.
NEW!! Spot the Salt
Friends, let’s face it…In the chaos of our day-to-day lives, sometimes processed and pre-packaged foods are the fastest and cheapest way to put meals on the table. But how much do we really know about the contents of these foods? The fact is that 90% of Americans over age 2 consume too much sodium, and about 65% of our excessive sodium intake comes from foods we buy at retail stores, such as the grocery. During this presentation, you will learn to:
- Shop Smart: Identify the sodium content in the foods you buy, and how to make small changes to your shopping list that make a BIG difference!
- Cook Smart: Learn how to recreate some of the most popular processed food items using more fresh ingredients and significantly less sodium.
- Live Smart: Learn how excessive sodium intake affects your health and contributes to a variety of chronic illnesses. Go home with ten helpful tips to help you reduce your sodium intake and increase your overall wellness!
NEW!! Making Wellness a Family Event
We all know that our health is important, but sometimes it’s hard to incorporate wellness into our daily lives without taking time away from the family. So, what’s the solution? Make wellness a family event! During this presentation, we will focus on nutrition and physical activity as a fun and exciting thing families can do together! You will learn:
- Creative and safe ways to involve your family in the kitchen during meal preparation. After all, if they help make it they will (hopefully) help eat it!
- Easy and original physical activity ideas that are easy to incorporate into your existing schedule.
- How to engage in family wellness activities in your community.
For more information contact Nathan Matney at 913-826-2953 or email@example.com