Find Your Inner Peace This March at Womens League for Conservative Judaism Garden State Region

March 10, 2014

In a time often filled with world uncertainty and inner turmoil, many are seeking to find some inner peace. Women’s League for Conservative Judaism Garden State Region, the largest synagogue-based organization in the world, is focusing on finding inner peace at its annual regional spring program, Sunday, March 30, 2014, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Congregation Ahavat Olam, 106 Windeler Road, Howell, N.J. 07731. The program co-chairs are Nancy Mayrowetz, Lakewood, and Arlene Stein, Jackson.

Carol Palmer, a program instructor for the Community Health Education department at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, will be the keynote speaker. She has brought many of her programs to the community, including Stress Management, Natural Ways to Manage Depression, Finding Joy, and Developing Resilience in Challenging Times. Her programs reflect her personal interest and studies in mind-body medicine, natural healing ways, and boosting brain health. Mind-body medicine, for example, focuses on the interactions among the brain, mind, body, and behavior, and on the powerful ways in which emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and behavioral factors can directly affect health.

The prepaid registration fee, which includes a continental breakfast, several workshops, and a luncheon, is $30.00. Payment is due by March 15, 2014. The cost for walk-ins is $36.00. Mail checks payable to Garden State Region-WLCJ to Carla Vogel, treasurer, 520 Lotus Road, Ridgewood, N.J. 07450. For more information call 201-341-3065 or Carla.buchalter@gmail.com.

About Women’s League for Conservative Judaism: Women’s League (WL) for Conservative Judaism, the largest synagogue-based organization in the world with more than 100,000 members in the United States, Canada and Israel, is dedicated to the perpetuation of traditional Judaism in the home, synagogue and community. WL is associated with the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York; the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies, Los Angeles, and the Schechter Institute, Jerusalem.

About Carol Palmer: Carol Palmer has worked as a program instructor for the Community Health Education department at Monmouth Medical Center for over 20 years, offering programs to the community in stress management and smoking cessation. Her programs reflect her special interest and continuing studies in mind-body medicine, natural healing ways, and brain health. Her holistic programs include Meditation for Inner Calm, Finding Joy, Natural Ways to Manage Depression, and Developing Resilience in Challenging Times. As a Monmouth County Master Gardener for the last 12 years, Carol enjoys sharing her love of nature by offering horticultural programs, such as The Healing Power of Nature.
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