Adjusting to our changing work environment has been stressful during COVID-19. Daily routines are disrupted, and it's even harder to stick to healthy habits and set boundaries between work-family-leisure time. Many women find they are spending their time supporting others at the expense of taking care of themselves.
Join Dr. Kim as she walks through how we can put ourselves and our health first in order to create a more resilient and revitalized life. In this free, one-hour webinar, you will learn:
- Learn tips to practice and prioritize self-care
- Discover how to manage and balance energy - not time - to achieve high-level wellness
- Kick-start healthy habits to boost immunity and vitality during COVID-19 and beyond.
Dr. Kim created Byte-Size Wellness Academy - an evidence-based, micro-learning program that cuts through the information clutter and makes it easy to fit wellness into busy lives – one micro-step at a time.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Kim Bercovitz is a health behavior scientist, former National Cancer Institute of Canada postdoctoral fellow, and a knowledge translation expert. She worked at renowned Toronto teaching hospitals, consulted to pharmaceutical companies and health organizations, and taught chronic disease exercise classes.
Dr. Kim founded Byte-Size Wellness Academy (BSWA) to share her 30 years of research, teaching and coaching in healthy active living policy, disease management, addictions and tobacco control.
She has a Ph.D. in Community Health from the University of Toronto where she was also an adjunct professor. She is a 200-hour Yoga Alliance accredited yoga instructor, American College of Sports Medicine accredited pole walking instructor, BoneFit trained (Osteoporosis Canada), and trained in diabetes and older adult exercise, wellness coaching, and mindfulness-based stress reduction.