Stress Management Program at Waukesha County Technical College

Waukesha County Technical College hosted a college-wide professional development day on March 20, 2012.  Eliz Greene presented Juggling Lessons for Life, sharing stress management strategies with the entire staff, and Move Your Bootie, an active lifestyle breakout session. Were you there?  Please leave a comment below and receive a free copy of the Busy Woman’s…

Busy Woman’s Guide at Centegra Strong Woman Event

Centegra Health System in Chrystal Lake, Illinois, hosts an annual day for women, this year providing 600 women with health screenings, conversations with physicians at lunch, and a wealth of health information.  Heart attack survivor and wellness speaker Eliz Greene shared her keynote, the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart to close the event.…

Busy Woman’s Guide at New London Women’s Wellness Day

Over 200 women enjoyed an event to promote heart health at the New London Women’s Wellness Day.  Heart attack survivor and women’s wellness speaker, Eliz Greene presented her keynote the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart. Were you there?  Share a comment below and let us know what you took away from the program…

Real Valentine: Learn CPR!

If you love someone, learn CPR This video points out the person who needs CPR could be your mom, dad, kid, neighbor, friend or coworker – people you love and value.  Take two minutes to watch our Hands-Only CPR video below – and the one on defibrillators.  Send a real Valentine – Learn CPR! Wishing…

Embrace Your Heart Named to Best Women’s Health Blogs

Top Resources for Women’s Health Woo Hoo! The Embrace Your Heart Blog was named one of the top resources for women’s health by Careers in Health!  We are honored to be alongside great wellness websites such as Women’s Health Bistro, EmpowHer, and OurBodies Ourselves. Check out the full list! Eliz Greene works busy people to…

12 Ways to Embrace Your Heart

Happy Heart Month! Each February we focus on Women’s Heart Health – to build awareness, improve treatment, and end research disparities. Over the past ten years, we’ve done a pretty good job!  Most women recognize heart disease as the number one killer of women of all ages. Are you putting your heart as your #1…

Here Comes The Chainsaw

How do you manage stress in a situation you cannot control? Here comes the chainsaw, ripping into your life and causing stress.  You didn’t choose it, and you don’t get the choice of stepping aside and saying “no thanks.”  Somehow you will need to figure out how to deal with the problem, and the stress…

Use Your Head (and your heart) Shoveling Snow!

As the first real snow of the season comes our way, we wanted to take the chance to remind you to Use Your Head (and protect your heart) when Shoveling Snow! Good news: Those flakes falling from the sky provide an excellent opportunity for cardiovascular exercise!  Yes, shoveling – or walking behind a snow blower…

Your Body Is Telling You – “I’m Too Stressed!”

Hey! Pay Attention! Five ways your body tells you it’s too stressed. Your body is smart.  If you listen to it, it will tell you what it needs and when it has had too much. Listen up! What your tummy is saying: Throwing up, diarrhea, constipation, and nausea may all be signs you are too…