Are you ready to become the best version of yourself? If so, we’ve got some great news! We’re inviting you to participate in Wondr™, a digital weight loss program that teaches science-based skills that are clinically-proven to help you enjoy food more, lose weight, sleep better, feel more confident and help move you toward your best self.
- Wondr makes it easy. This isn’t a diet. There’s no calorie counting or exercise equipment involved. It's a simple solution that provides long-lasting results that can change your life for the better.
- The program’s available 24/7 through its mobile app and online community, WondrLink™, where you can access program videos and connect with online health coaches and fellow participants anytime, anywhere.
- The program is covered by ECISD, so there is no out-of-pocket cost for you. Employees, spouses and covered dependents over age 18 are eligible to apply to the program.
Don’t wait. Apply now!
Wondr Webinar: Get Summer Ready: Turn Self-Criticism into Self-Compassion
- Wednesday, June 7 at 12:00 PM CT
- Dr. Dana Labat
Research shows that the more we practice accepting ourselves as we are, the easier it becomes to make – and maintain – healthy changes. See how you can level up your self-talk to strengthen your body image, as well as get practical, in-the-moment tools you can take to the beach, at the pool, in a dressing room, or anywhere in between.
What you will learn:
- Learn how to switch up your self-talk to better support a healthy body image and get comfortable in your own skin.
- See how you can use self-compassion to balance out the habit of self-criticism and constant comparisons to others.
- Try in-the-moment techniques for taking “dressing room stress” down a notch as you begin to appreciate all your body does for you every day.
- Redefine your own summer to focus on the activities and people you enjoy most this time of year.
Click HERE to register.
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