Why Music Improves Mood, Memory, and Motivation
As the world becomes more complex, society continues to seek new ways to feel more connected. In so many ways music provides the opportunity to build that bridge. At the simplest level music brings more meaning into moments. And, at a more complex level music impacts brain function and human behavior reducing stress, pain and symptoms of depression as well as improving mood, memory and motivation. Based on her book of the same title, Tune In will demonstrate that when we experience the right music, in the right way, transformation can and does happen……one simple, yet powerful, note at a time.
When Words are not Enough
Music is one of the most efficient and effective ways to make a positive impact on all areas of your life. All cultures make music, and during times of crisis we seek its power to connect, create and soothe. Music can be a communication bridge, one that can help you express and process your greatest life challenges, stressful transitions, and at times, an unexpected health crisis. When words are not enough, let music start the conversation.
Drive Health, Happiness and Success
Think back to the last song they played at your school dance, that mixed tape your school sweetheart made for you, or the song that reminds you of summer. Behind every song is an untold story, and when you pull those powerful songs together, it can be transformational. Since music is now largely “on-demand,” it makes the creation of purposeful playlists simple, accessible, and if done right, beneficial for health, happiness and success. Now that’s a good song!
How to Build a Resilient, Sustainable, Values-Driven Practice
Health and wellness businesses have unique challenges, opportunities, and goals. Jennifer Buchanan will show you how you can deliver your service in a way that blends heart, health and mastery. Like many health entrepreneurs, Jennifer started with a huge mission. She wanted to help people in their pursuit of optimum health. But after running her practice for twenty years, even with thousands of clients and loyal staff, she felt burned out and not sure if her business would make it. Rather than quit, Buchanan went on an intense quest to prove her company’s viability and identify the key components of sustainable healthcare practices.