The best gift you can give to yourself and those you care about is a HEALTHY YOU. A balanced you. Wellness is more than just working out. Most of us hear the term wellness and assume that it’s something beyond our reach. Wellness is nothing more than small daily choices that lead up to lifelong, very big changes, that’s it. Anyone can achieve wellness whether that means you’re a stay at home mom or a full-time working adult, maybe even juggling two jobs just to get by. You don’t have to have a lot of money, time, or even kitchen skills because all of us have access to wellness if we choose to.
This week Lynnis Woods-Mullins CHC,CLC,CPI, a Certified Holistic Living and Wellness Expert and Certified Life Coach for women over 40 will help us discuss alternate ways to care for yourself and destress. Lynnis is the Founder of PraiseWorks Health and Wellness a faith based mind, body, spirit wellness company that specializes in educating women 40 and over on wellness. The focus topics are educating women about holistic practices, fitness, nutrition, anxiety and stress reduction, and spiritual renewal.
Prior to Lynnis entering the world of wellness, she was a successful Human Resource Executive for a large HMO. She attended undergrad at Spelman College and attended University of California Davis for her Masters in Business. In 2009 Lynnis decided it was time for a change and at the age of 51 started PraiseWorks Health and Wellness. Lynnis is co-author and editor of “DeStress The Mess-Minimizing the Impact of Stress on Your Body, Maximizing the Joy in Your Life”. Lynnis signature coaching program is “DeStress The Mess” a holistic stress reduction program, that is now available as a virtual self-directed teaching program.
Lynnis has been recognized nationally as a Health Advocate for Women and has received national and regional awards for her work. She was recently a finalist for WEGO Health Advocacy Award. Lynnis’s company was also recognized as Visionary Business of the Year by the National Association of Women Owned Businesses. Lynnis is married and the proud mother of four grown daughters and three grandchildren.