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2022 Videos

Grow We’re You’re Planted- Tai Chi for Caregivers

Ellen DeGenova
May 3, 2022

Natural Doorways to living with less stress

Emilie Reid
April 5, 2022

Health & Resilience

Hannah Shefsky, MA, MT-BC
Tap Your Toes and Sing Your Song: Music and Movement to Support Wellness
March 1, 2022

Chair Yoga

Kristy Harvey
Owner of Wise Owl Wellness
February 2, 2022

New Year's Concert

Sohee Chung, Pianist & Jae Youn Hwang, Violinist
Performing Artist
Julliard School of Music, Gluck Program
January 25, 2022

Nourishment Through Nutrition

Helen Delichatsios, MD
Assistant Professor, Nutrition Educator
Harvard Medical School
December 7, 2021

Meditation on the Senses

November 2, 2021
Emilie Reid, Yoga and Meditation Guide

Meditation for Caregivers: Developing Self-Compassion

October 5, 2021
Emilie Reid, Yoga and Meditation Guide

Exercises to Boost Your Day!

Phillip P. Golden
ACE Certified Personal and Group Fitness Trainer
August 19, 2021

From the Heart Through the Hands: The Healing Power of Touch for Caregivers

Irene Martyniuk, Lic. Ac. M Ac.
Co-Director, Katherine A. Gallagher Integrative Therapies Program
MGH Cancer Center
May 2021

Sing Out: Finding Joy and Ease Through Music

Hannah Shefsky, MA MT-BC
Board Certified Music Therapist
MGH, Cancer Center & Inpatient Psychiatry Service
April 2021

Creating Connection through Music and Movement

Norie Mozzone, Certified Ageless Grace Educator
Program Coordinator, Dementia Care Collaborative
March 2021

Changing the Channel with Tai Chi: A Caregiver's Perspective

Ellen DeGenova, Certified Instructor
Tree of Life’s Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi
March 2021

Transformative Rest Returns

Kristy Harvey, Movement Educator
Wise Owl Wellness
February 2021

Transformative Rest

Kristy Harvey, Movement Educator
Wise Owl Wellness
January 2021

Nutrition as Medicine

Humberto Moncayo, Nutritionist
MGH Healthy Lifestyle Program
October 2020

Medicine Cabinet Mayhem

Miguel Rivera, MD
September 2020

COVID as a Catalyst for Meaningful Conversations When Living With Dementia

Juliet Jacobsen, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
April 2020

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