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Members-Only Webinar – Harmony & Healing: Exploring the Art of Forest Bathing presented by UNTHSC

In this captivating presentation, “Harmony and Healing: Exploring the Art of Forest Bathing,” participants will embark on a sensory journey into the serene world of forest bathing. Forest bathing, also known as Shinrin-yoku, is a practice that invites individuals to immerse themselves in nature and experience its therapeutic benefits.

During this enlightening presentation, attendees will discover the profound connection between nature and human well-being. They will learn about the science behind forest bathing, including the positive impact it has on stress reduction, mental health, and overall physical well-being. Through captivating visuals and engaging storytelling, participants will be transported to lush green landscapes, where they can virtually experience the sights, sounds, and scents of a forest. They will learn how to engage their senses, connect with the natural world, and cultivate a deeper sense of presence and mindfulness.

This free webinar is an exclusive perk for FWBG members, and pre-registration is required. Click here to register.

Members must be logged in to register. Need log in help? Click here, or contact the membership office at membership@fwbg.org.

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About the presenter:

Dr. Zablosky is an academic professional serving as the Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Personalized Health and Well-Being. Joining the program in 2019 as its first faculty member, she was promoted to Chair in 2020. Under her exceptional leadership, the program has experienced consistent growth in admissions and continuous curriculum development.

Dr. Zablosky has 13 years of experience in higher education. She has a PhD in Kinesiology from Texas Women’s University, a Master of Science in Kinesiology from UNT Denton, and a Bachelor of Science from Tarleton State University. Her expertise includes exercise science and athletic training.

Throughout her career, Dr. Zablosky has taught in various educational settings, including high schools, community colleges, private colleges, and graduate programs. This diverse experience has broadened her perspective and equipped her with the ability to adapt teaching methodologies to meet the unique needs of students from diverse backgrounds.

Before joining the Department of Personalized Health and Well-Being, Dr. Zablosky served as an Associate Professor at Paul Quinn College, a Historically Black College and the nation’s first urban work college. During her tenure, she played a pivotal role in the development and implementation of the college’s pioneering bachelor’s degree program in Health and Wellness.

Dr. Zablosky’s professional qualifications extend beyond academia. As a licensed athletic trainer, she brings practical insights to her role, enriching the learning experiences of her students. Her certification as a lifestyle medicine health and wellness coach reflects her commitment to empowering individuals to adopt healthy lifestyles and sustainable behavior changes. Furthermore, her board certification in Lifestyle Medicine by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine underscores her deep understanding of evidence-based approaches to holistic well-being.

Dr. Zablosky enjoys spending time with her young children, reading, and participating in outdoor activities to maintain a well-rounded lifestyle.

Date

Oct 12 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Members-Only Webinar – Harmony & Healing: Exploring the Art of Forest Bathing presented by UNTHSC

Date

Oct 12 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

In this captivating presentation, “Harmony and Healing: Exploring the Art of Forest Bathing,” participants will embark on a sensory journey into the serene world of forest bathing. Forest bathing, also known as Shinrin-yoku, is a practice that invites individuals to immerse themselves in nature and experience its therapeutic benefits.

During this enlightening presentation, attendees will discover the profound connection between nature and human well-being. They will learn about the science behind forest bathing, including the positive impact it has on stress reduction, mental health, and overall physical well-being. Through captivating visuals and engaging storytelling, participants will be transported to lush green landscapes, where they can virtually experience the sights, sounds, and scents of a forest. They will learn how to engage their senses, connect with the natural world, and cultivate a deeper sense of presence and mindfulness.

This free webinar is an exclusive perk for FWBG members, and pre-registration is required. Click here to register.

Members must be logged in to register. Need log in help? Click here, or contact the membership office at membership@fwbg.org.

Not a member yet? Join today!

 

About the presenter:

Dr. Zablosky is an academic professional serving as the Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Personalized Health and Well-Being. Joining the program in 2019 as its first faculty member, she was promoted to Chair in 2020. Under her exceptional leadership, the program has experienced consistent growth in admissions and continuous curriculum development.

Dr. Zablosky has 13 years of experience in higher education. She has a PhD in Kinesiology from Texas Women’s University, a Master of Science in Kinesiology from UNT Denton, and a Bachelor of Science from Tarleton State University. Her expertise includes exercise science and athletic training.

Throughout her career, Dr. Zablosky has taught in various educational settings, including high schools, community colleges, private colleges, and graduate programs. This diverse experience has broadened her perspective and equipped her with the ability to adapt teaching methodologies to meet the unique needs of students from diverse backgrounds.

Before joining the Department of Personalized Health and Well-Being, Dr. Zablosky served as an Associate Professor at Paul Quinn College, a Historically Black College and the nation’s first urban work college. During her tenure, she played a pivotal role in the development and implementation of the college’s pioneering bachelor’s degree program in Health and Wellness.

Dr. Zablosky’s professional qualifications extend beyond academia. As a licensed athletic trainer, she brings practical insights to her role, enriching the learning experiences of her students. Her certification as a lifestyle medicine health and wellness coach reflects her commitment to empowering individuals to adopt healthy lifestyles and sustainable behavior changes. Furthermore, her board certification in Lifestyle Medicine by the American College of Lifestyle Medicine underscores her deep understanding of evidence-based approaches to holistic well-being.

Dr. Zablosky enjoys spending time with her young children, reading, and participating in outdoor activities to maintain a well-rounded lifestyle.