Holistic Health Series on Fridays: Sheltering Together in Health
Come join us as we share ways to stay healthy at home.
Time: Fridays, 12-1 p.m.
Meeting ID: 893 500 173
Dial in: +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
This series is sponsored by the Institute for Holistic Health Studies and Department of Recreation, Parks & Tourism. Open to students, staff, faculty and friends of the University.
Tech Stress: Reclaim health and sanity in a plugged-in-world
Erik Peper, Ph.D., Holistic Health faculty, SF State
Do you suffer from Zoom fatigue, sore muscles, tired eyes, poor posture or screen exhausting? Learn ways to mitigate technological stress, reduce discomfort, optimize your space and productivity by understanding the evolutionary pitfalls and traps programmed into modern life. Take charge and learn effective practices to the avoid technology overuse and reclaim energy.
Erik Peper is a professor of holistic health in the Department of Recreation, Parkss & Tourism at SF State. He is author of numerous books, including “Make Health Happen, Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment.” He is coauthor of the newly published book, “TechStress: How Technology is Hijacking Our Lives, Strategies for Coping, and Pragmatic Ergonomics.” His research interests focus on biofeedback strategies to optimize health, illness prevention and the effects of posture and breath. He publishes the blog, The Peper Perspective: Ideas on Illness, Health and Well-Being.
Nourish the Ecosystem: Foods, Herbs, and Spices, for Health and Healing
Uma Bhatnager, DAOM, L.Ac., Holistic Health faculty, SF State
Working Through Interpersonal Conflict in the Age of Covid-19
Marc Martin, Ph.D., international expert in mediation and conflict resolution
Teaching Content Online- Community Building and Engagement
Amber Yang, educator, advocate, and mentor for youth