The Riverhead Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Eggs and Issues breakfast meeting will take place Nov. 8 at the Hotel Indigo from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. The chamber will host a panel of local wellness experts for guidance on how to incorporate the wellness evolution into a business’s bottom line. Panel experts will provide easy to start tips and advice on how to improve business productivity through wellness in mind, body and spirit.
Registration and networking take place from 7:30 to 8 a.m. Breakfast and the presentations start at 8 and end at 9:30 a.m.
The panel presenters include Carol Galanty, a doTERRA wellness advocate and a holistic chef, Gene Hamilton of the Peconic Healing Center, and Ina Visich of SOLNTSE Hot Yoga and Barre Studios. This month’s Eggs and Issues is sponsored by La Ferla Group Investment Advisors. According to a press release issued by the chamber, La Ferla Group believes investing in employee wellness benefit a business in many ways including:
- increasing the bottom line
- improving employee health relations and loyalty
- improving productivity
- reducing sick days
- reducing stress
- attracting and retaining employees
- health insurance advantages
The cost is $20 per person for members and their guests and $25 for non-members.
For more information about the event, contact any of the presenters.
Carol Galanty is a doTERRA Essential Oils Wellness Advocate and professional health supportive chef. Carol’s signature wellness workshops can be taught in both private and business settings: The 30 Day Wellness Challenge, The Everyday Detox Lifestyle, Essential Oils in the Workplace, Healing The Gut Using Food and Essential Oils and YogaROMA for Stress Relief and Well Being.
Gene Hamilton opened Peconic Healing Center to provide a holistic full-service healing center for Eastern Long Island. Featuring a salt cave and flotation pods, the facility offers a wide range of client services including massage therapy, meditation and yoga classes — as well as classes for kids — reiki circles and Qigong.
Ina Visich is a local entrepreneur who opened SOLNTSE Hot Yoga and Barre Studio in Wading River and recently expanded it to a second location in downtown Riverhead. Both studios offer regularly scheduled classes, free monthly meditation sessions and other workshops to help educate the community on how beneficial practicing yoga is to ones’ physical and emotional health.
Source: Press release issued by Riverhead Chamber of Commerce dated Oct. 19, 2018.
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