Women In Business Lunch: Get Energy
At this Women in Business Lunch you will experience practical hands-on learning and support with the amazing women around you and you will walk away knowing:
- The Top 10 mistakes to avoid that derail your energy
- Proven habits to increase your productivity (You will be surprised by one not on the list)
- How to recharge your calm and creativity with simple actions
About Sheri Traxler
Sheri Traxler, M.Ed., holds her Master's Degree in Health Promotion, is an A.C.E. Certified Personal Trainer, an AASDN Nutrition Specialist and a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. She is a national speaker for the Medical Fitness Association and has taught fitness episodes for Viacom Cable. Sheri is one of those "fortunate folks" who knew from childhood what she wanted to do: help people stay well.
Sheri worked as an Exercise Physiologist, Membership Director and Weight Management Instructor at the Vanderbilt Health and Wellness Center for 12 years. She left Vanderbilt and began health coaching, personal training and teaching wellness workshops through her business, ViREO Life. She has been training and coaching private clients to increase their energy and productivity for over 25 years.
Some personal background: Her passion for exercise and healthy eating took a not-so-healthy turn in her childhood, with dieting, disordered eating and symptoms of anorexia by middle school. "I enjoyed exercise and how it gave me energy and made me feel strong. But because I worried about weight, I was constantly counting calories and fretting about food. I went on my first diet - to lose 2 pounds - at age 9. And I continued dieting until my mid-twenties when I read the books Breaking Out of Food Jail and Diets Don't Work. I started learning about a normal relationship with food, while staying aware of the good nutrition information I had learned in my college courses."
As an exercise physiologist, I have always loved exercise and how it gives you energy and health to do everything else you want to do in life. Whether hiking or running on the beach or weight training or stretching - I love to move. But I also understand folks who don't have that inclination. It is fun to help people find a style of movement that fits their lifestyle.