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Arrivals and registration. Morning beverages provided by Tea & Coffee America.


8:15 - 9:00 am

Presented by Michelle Bouchard, President, HealthCorps

Michelle Bouchard welcomes participants, and delivers opening remarks about the goals of this unique wellness day program and HealthCorps' work to strengthen communities.  Session includes a video presentation by a special guest.

Opening Plenary

9:00 - 9:15 am 

Presented by Delphine Remy, Well-Recognized Certified Holistic Nutrition and Eating Psychology Coach, DelphineRemy.com

Delphine Remy will take the audience on her journey in wellness, speak on her work as an eating psychology coach, and inspire listeners to change the world around them.

Keynote Presentation

9:15 - 9:45 am

Led by Patrick K. Porter, Ph.D., Inventor, Braintap Technology

The founder of Braintap will show you simple ways to train your brain to reboot and recharge so you wake up revitalized and ready for your day.

Morning Session #1: Why All the Stress is Really Brain Stress

9:45 - 10:15 am

Led by Rachel Carey, Houston Coordinator, HealthCorps

One of HealthCorps' trained facilitators will lead participants on a guided activity to help de-stress and teach you how to turn your frustration into a motivational tool that helps you find peace more readily.

Morning Session #2: A Simple Solution to De-Stress

10:15 - 10:30 am

01 / (Health)Corps Values

Presented by Shannon Phen, Product Development Specialist, HealthCorps 

Create a culture of health with the HealthCorps message. Learn about the importance and evolution of our content and how to utilize our digital resources for any environment.

02 / Chemicals in Skincare

Presented by Dahlia Kelada, Founder and CEO, SALVE Naturals Skincare

Skincare has had a major shift recently. Dahlia Kelada will lead a session on the purpose of skin, how you're exposed to toxins, and what that really means for you.You'll learn what the words natural, organic, and synthetic mean when it comes to products and the top ten skincare ingredients to avoid.

03 / Sahaja Meditation

Join Sahaja Meditation for a uniquely effective method of personal development through meditation. This trusted practice was created in 1970 by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee who started her work in India and subsequently shared her message in the United States and many other countries.

Morning Breakouts

10:45 - 11:30 am

Presented by Maegan Lewis, Program Specialist, HealthCorps

Panelists: Delphine Remy, Marla Murphy of TheBlondePantry, and Le Egwuatu of FitFoodieLe

Wellness experts and industry influencers, Delphine Remy, Marla Murphy, and Le Egwuata will share their best advice on how to prioritize wellness, navigate trends, and successfully influence others to adopt healthier lifestyles.

Panel Discussion: How to Influence Others to Live Well

11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Enjoy a nutritious lunch, interact with some amazing vendors, and have some fun!  Meet the brand ambassadors, products, and services that help to keep Houstonians well!

Lunch provided by: Epicurean Group

Beverages provided by: Tea and Coffee America

Exhibitors include:

  • HealthCorps

  • Ahtleta

  • Delphine Remy with The Happy Spoon

  • Salve Naturals

  • BrainTap Technology

  • The Blonde Pantry

Photo Booth by www.myeventisthebomb.com 

Lunch & Wellness Fair

12:15 - 1:30 pm

01 / The Psychology of Eating

Presented by Delphine Remy

Holistic Nutrition and Eating Psychology coach, Delphine Remy, will discuss the importance and life-changing benefits of mindful eating based on specific food personalities. Participants will better understand their relationship to food, experience the power of mindful eating, and have revelation about oneself on a deeper level.

02 / The Science of Visualization

Presented by Dr. Patrick K. Porter, Ph.D., Inventor, Braintap Technology

Inventor of BrainTap and author of over 800 guided imagery sessions, Dr. Patrick Porter will guide you through a process of using the latest visualization techniques to conquer stress, eliminate bad habits, and build mental resilience. Participants will better understand the power of optimistic thinking and reframing negative experiences for a greater understanding of their mind's full potential.

Afternoon Breakouts

1:30 - 2:30 pm

Led by Melissa Leach, Director of Programs, Baptiste Foundation

Setting Intentions for your day, your week, and even your year (FRIENDS, anyone?) is highly effective practice to achieving balance through focus. The Baptiste Foundation will share their methods for setting these intentions and making them happen!

Afternoon Session: Setting Intentions and Making Them Happen

2:45 - 3:30 pm

Led by Michelle Bouchard

Panelists: Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale, Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale, Kayleigh Colombero

Local and national leaders join Michelle Bouchard to discuss their experiences in building a strong community through grit and the important role it plays overcoming personal, professional, and community obstacles.

Panel Discussion: Community & Resilience

3:40 - 4:30 pm

Thank you's and salutations

Closing Statements & Call to Action

4:30 - 4:45 pm

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