Benefits

‘Move More, Stress Less’ webinar July 8

We (humans) are designed to move! Whether you enjoy walking alone, dancing, organized sports or group fitness, any type of physical activity can positively affect your mood and help you to manage any kind of stress!

We often consider movement “me” time and forego our movement to take care of others. The days when you don’t feel like you have time are the days you likely need to move even more! 

Join Lacy Wolff and Alexis Schinke for “Move More Stress Less July 8 at 10 a.m. to discuss:

  • How movement works as a stress reliever
  • Ways to make time for movement
  • Ideas for incorporating movement into what you already do.

Register HERE!

About the presenters:
Alexis Schinke holds a Bachelor of Science degree and is a certified Holistic Nutritionist and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. With a deep passion for science, Alexis finds ways to make complex topics simple to help others improve their health and quality of life by making small manageable changes. Having worked for Texas DPS since 2008, Alexis’ mission is to help people eat healthy, function optimally, increase energy, and take care of their bodies.

Lacy Wolff serves as the Health Promotion Administrator at ERS. She is responsible for promoting wellness initiatives that are offered through the Group Benefits Plan to over 500,000 state employees, retirees, and their families. After completing her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University, Lacy spent over 12 years supporting the health of the US Army overseas in Italy and Germany. During that time, she completed her master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. In 2014 Lacy left her work for the Army to return home to work for the State of Texas. She has been proud to forge innovative paths to build, sustain and promote health for Texans!

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