Eliz Greene

St Helena Hospital hosted a Heart Health Evening in Napa, California on February 24th.  Eliz presented Juggling Lessons for Life.

Were you there? Leave a comment below about what you heard and receive a free copy of the e-book Move More: The Busy Woman’s Guide to an Active Lifestyle!

Eliz Greene works with busy women who want to improve their heart health so they can live longer, feel better, and stress less.

She is the author of the Busy Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Heart and 3 other books on wellness.  She writes one of the top 50 health and wellness blogs and is a sought-after women’s wellness speaker. Find out about her women’s wellness programs, workplace wellness programs and programs for healthcare professionals at EmbraceYourHeart.com


About Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins. Her down-to-earth strategies to manage stress and improve heart health and reduce stress are used by thousands of busy people all over the world. She is a motivational wellness speaker, author, and job stress researcher. Visit elizgreene.com to book Eliz for your next event.

9 Responses to “Heart Health Evening in Napa, California”

  • Thanks for an entertaining evening on the subject we all wish to avoid! Thought the ball analogies were especially strong. M&Ms are my weakness, but limited myself to 2 bags!

  • I attended the Juggling Lessons for Life last night and thoroughly enjoyed myself. I walked away inspired and sharing my experience with my coworkers this morning. I plan to read your books and work on having a healthy heart by dealing with stress as you described last night.

    Please send me your weight loss book and if possible my coworker would like the one you handed out last night and the weight loss. My address at work is 2121 Imola Avenue, Napa, CA 94559.

    I would love to receive your newsletters too 🙂

    Thanks again, Nancy

  • Yes, I attended your lecture last night in Napa about priorities and juggleing what’s important in your life. You’re a great speaker and made the subject very interesting. Nancy

  • I thought you did a great job last night….most of what you spoke about is all of the things we’re taught all through life, but it was good to be reminded of it again. It puts it all back out in front…or I should say it puts “me” back in front! I’m usually so busy trying to help others, I forget about me. Thanks for the wake up! Penny

    P.S. – I’d like your ebook on weight loss!

  • I really enjoyed your presentation last night, about “juggling our priorities/balls” You gave me some fresh ideas. Especially the idea of remembering to take care of one’s SELF!!!! Your anology of the different kinds of “balls” we have to deal with, and your ideas of HOW to do it, were GREAT!!

    I wanted to pick up another of these booklets that were handed out, and forgot. Is there a way I can purchase one more?? Am also interested in knowing how to lose those 80 lbs. 🙂

    Thanks again, and look forward to seeing you again sometime, AND being on your list in here.

  • Thank you for sharing your inspiring story and “strategies to live longer and feel better!” Your presentation was great! Today, I did the 10 at 10 and tried to move more! I look forward to reading your weight loss book and newsletters.

  • Thanks for sharing your wonderful story and for reminding me of fun ways to have less stress. I enjoyed the M & M’s too 🙂
    Because of that I look forward to reading your weight loss book.

  • Your presentation on Feb. 24, 2010 in Napa was very insightful, inspiring and entertaining too. Thank you for sharing your experience and reminding us all that it’s a very good thing and it’s okay to look out for oneself in the lifetime that we have. Would appreciate if you would send along to me the ebook on weightloss. Just would like to learn of what your strategy in achieving this . Thank you so much.

  • Your presentation was timely and entertaining. So glad you’re doing this. Stress in women’s lives has become a standard modality. Perhaps with more recognition and attention to choices, we will begin to not be so drawn to do it all. Thanks for pointing out the `balls’ in my life!
    I look forward to reading more of your ideas in your book about weightloss.

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