Our brains provide us with amazing imaginations, house our happiest memories, alert our other organs to do their jobs, and enable us to learn, laugh and enjoy our lives. Taking the best care of our brains is imperative to ensure we keep them healthy as we age.
Join health coaches Myra Oney and Nancy Crosby for this free one-hour webinar that explores the common causes of cognitive decline and the easy steps you can take now to make a lasting impact on your brain health. Please download our Pre-Event Quiz and Webinar Worksheet. The quiz will help you prepare for participation in the workshop and the Worksheet will offer a place for you to keep notes during the presentation.
About our speakers:
Myra Oney, CHHC, BLS
Myra is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Certified Brain Longevity Specialist and Reiki Master Teacher. Her personal experience as a caregiver for her parents, who suffered memory loss, made her acutely aware of the many challenges that face both caregivers and patients. She focuses her practice on helping clients prevent memory loss and maintain their mental acuity and overall health; creating individualized lifestyle plans that incorporate nutrition, stress reduction, and joyful movement. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and Intrinsic Coaching©, and a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and the International Association of Reiki Professionals. She received her Brain Longevity Specialist certification from the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation.
Nancy Crosby, BBA, NBC-HWC
Nancy is a National Board-Certified Life, Health & Wellness Coach who joined Sharp Again Naturally in 2021 with a focus on the Foundational Coaching Program. She also has her own practice in an integrative medicine environment based in Oak Creek, Wisconsin where she offers educational health technology and lifestyle coaching services. Challenges and struggles hit close to home when Nancy’s mother and her godfather were diagnosed with dementia. Nancy was a key player for grant research around the introduction and development of coaching services for Milwaukee Area Technical College. She believes human nature is the common thread we all share. Healthy belief systems, healthy emotions, and healthy patterns will tend to weave their way into all aspects and times of our lives, thereby supporting healthy brains and general well-being.