Potomac State to offer ‘Group Wellness Coaching’ class

Potomac State College of West Virginia University will again be offering various special interest courses for Fall 2013. Group Wellness Coaching will cover topics such as attitude, fitness, nutrition, sleep, stress elimination, medical conditions, alternative healing, and environmental toxins.

Do you or someone you know suffer with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, depression, anxiety or addictions? Are you eating processed foods, taking pills for all sorts of conditions, drinking energy drinks, or experiencing insomnia? Do you feel like you don’t have the time and energy to devote to becoming well? Then the special interest class ‘Group Wellness Coaching’ is for you. The class will meet on Tuesdays September 10 & 24, October 8 & 22, and November 5 from 6 to 8:45 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center, Room 111.

Participants will develop personalized goals and strategies, face and overcome obstacles, build confidence, and support other classmates on their journey to become well.

“The awesome thing about wellness is that you can start making little lifestyle changes today and your body, mind and soul will begin to heal,” said Course Instructor C.J. Cangianelli, M.Ed., who serves as a holistic life and wellness coach, a stress management coach, a professional organizer, a motivational speaker, and a columnist for “Allegany Magazine.”

In addition to teaching continuing education classes, Cangianelli is also the author of “Thrive: A Life Journal

  Reserve your seat now as classes tend to fill up quickly. The cost is $75 and participants can earn one credit-hour per course. For more information, contact Enrollment Services at 304-788-6820 or 800-262-7332 or click here.