Self-care looks differently for each of us, but the ultimate goal is to take care of YOU— all of you – mind, body and spirit! Join sisters from across the world for some DDDtime on International Self-Care Day. We’ll be hosting fitness classes, wellness sessions, book club discussions and more; be on the lookout for details coming soon. Are you interested in leading a self-care session? Email us at email@example.com.
8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.: PeDDDal With Purpose 45-minute Intervals & Arms Peloton Ride with Tunde Oyeneyin (Add to your calendar HERE!)
9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: Cardio DDDance Party hosted by Helen Tariku, William & Mary – JOIN HERE
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.: Nutrition & Wellness hosted by Elizabeth Shaw, Kentucky – JOIN HERE
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.: ReaDDD Together Book Club hosted by Lea Rummel, Pacific, of Life Meets Literature (Get started on reading “People We Meet on Vacation” by Emily Henry – named Most Anticipated Book of 2021! – and join us for a fun chat.) – JOIN HERE
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.: One Thing at a Time: Mindfulness Based Anxiety Management with Dr. Erin Gallagher, California/Berkeley – JOIN HERE
On Your Own Time: Watch “Radical Body Image Reset” on LEADDDer.org, from Stacy Nadeau, Creighton – WATCH HERE
ABOUT THE HOSTS
A native of New York City, Dr. Erin Gallagher is a Mindfulness and Resilience Coach. She recently left her 18-year teaching career so that she could be of greater service in the mental health field, and better the social emotional lives of young people. Her company, The Mettle Workshop, offers one-to-one resilience, life and academic coaching as well as small group workshops on topics such as time management and confidence building. Erin is a certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Coach, as well as a certified Youth Resilience/Life Coach and has been trained as Positive Neuroplasticity Practitioner. She lives in Brooklyn, is one of those weirdos who loves running, prefers tea to coffee and wants to be a drummer in a rock band when she grows up. Erin loved her collegiate time as a Tri Delta and feels so lucky to still chat daily with the group of silly, strong and brilliant women she met there. You can find her at @mettle_workshop on Instagram.
Session Description: Life is crazy and many of us are all facing overwhelm and burnout each day. In this workshop I will begin by providing a little bit of background on the neuroscience of stress and anxiety. Then I’ll teach you a few concrete stress reduction techniques that come from both a mindfulness practice as well as a foundation in neuroplasticity. We’ll finish our time together with a calming drop-in mindfulness practice.
Lea Rummel is a Tri Delta from the Phi Rho Chapter at the University of the Pacific. She is from Stockton, CA, and was initiated into Tri Delta in 2012 (BA in English literature & sociology, minor in gender studies). She is an electrical estimator and a social media ambassador for the American Heart Association; she’s passionate about self-care and heart health! She started LifeMeetsLiterature.com and her Instagram page in October of 2019 and finds so much joy in both. The blog started out as a place to share what she’s reading and how books have helped her through life’s challenges, but she’s also become part of a wonderful community of other book bloggers in the process. She loves that she gets to work with publishers and authors to share upcoming releases with her followers! Follow Lea’s blog at www.LifeMeetsLiterature.com and on social media: Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook.
Join Elizabeth Shaw, Kentucky, to learn how to stay healthy and retain self-care even in high-stress situations or when you are constantly moving. We will focus this session on wellness, nutrition, and strategic workouts but also additional things that can help you on your health journey like accountability, community, and having a coach who can cheer you on and encourage you while you strive to meet your goals. My personal vision is to see women get healthier and be happy in their skin and celebrate those victories with them.
Elizabeth and her husband James currently reside in Leavenworth, KS. They have two children, Sophia (3 years), and George (1 year) with another on the way, plus their Siberian Husky, Laila. Elizabeth has been a Navy spouse since 2013. As a military spouse, she has volunteered with numerous organizations such as Military Officers’ Association of America (MOAA), United States Military Organization, National Military Family Association, and with her local spouse’s clubs and FRGs.
A native of Kentucky, Elizabeth graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she studied Political Science and History. She has worked for the American College of Cardiology (ACC) since 2010 as their Manager for Federal Grassroots Development. In October of 2020 she also started coaching with the FASTer Way to Fat Loss and has found immense joy in helping others, especially other military spouses and moms, become healthier.
In her free time Elizabeth enjoys volunteering for charitable causes and ministries, traveling, hiking, singing, and spending time with her husband, children, and husky. Learn more about Elizabeth online, and follow her on Instagram.
Helen Tariku is a recent graduate from the College of William and Mary who studied Government and Sociology on the Pre-Law track. She has been a group fitness instructor for a little over two years teaching both Cardio Dance as well Les Mills GRIT (a high-intensity interval training class). She loves showing individuals how they can turn non-conventional methods of exercising like dancing into a fun workout! Helen has been a Tri Delta since her freshman year and loves trying new things and going on a variety of adventures.
Using all of your favorite dance moves, Cardio DDDance Party will take your workout and level of exhilaration through the roof! No dance experience is needed to take this class. Just like ‘Bring You’ is emphasized in Tri Delta do the same here and just be prepared to let loose and have a great time!
Whether you PeDDDal on a Peloton, NordicBike or your trusty mountain bike, let’s all ride #withDDD. Peloton users can join the group #trideltapeloton on the 8:30 a.m. CT Intervals & Arms Ride with Tunde Oyeneyin.
“Radical Body Image Reset” by Stacy Nadeau, Creighton
The current state of the world has provided an opportunity for women to have an even deeper experience with their body image. Let’s be intentional with that experience! “Radical Body Image Reset” by Stacy Nadeau, Creighton, will leave you with a fresh perspective on how to radically reset your current body image. This workshop will provide a robust discussion on boundaries, comparison, body capability, and help you develop a “non-traditional” self-care plan. Leave with a toolkit that will help you look at your own body image in a different way, turn up the volume on your inner coach, and create a pep talk to use in critical life moments.
Visit LEADDDer.org to view this session, listed under the Wellness tab.