The mind is like a muscle: it becomes stronger with exercise, and there is no better mental activity than exercising one’s curiosity. Studies have shown that being open to learning keeps your brain active and alert, which can be immensely helpful as we age. Join us to discover how the brain forms and reorganizes synaptic connections, especially in response to new experiences, and ways to cultivate your own curiosity.
Lisa Feiner is a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Brain Longevity Specialist, and co-founder of the nonprofit Sharp Again Naturally. She has been counseling family members and individuals about addressing and preventing memory loss for the past ten years. Having received her coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Lisa has over 20 years of experience working with clients who have a range of health issues. She is committed to changing the conversation around dementia and speaks on a local and national level to academic, business and community groups.
Myra Oney is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Brain Longevity Specialist and Reiki Master Teacher with over ten years in private practice. She believes that our best health is achieved by nourishing the body, mind, and spirit. She sees private clients and runs group wellness programs in-person and online. She also speaks, and does food demos and wellness education at corporations in the New York City area. Myra is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and a member of The International Association of Reiki Professionals and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.