Through fun, inspiring and informative events, Spirit of Women will help motivate you to take action for your health and the health of your family.
Day of Dance: Rockin' Wellness
Saturday, February 23
9 a.m. to Noon
DoubleTree Hotel – Chesterfield
Free to attend
DAY OF DANCE PROGRAM
You are invited to rock wellness at the largest dance party in St. Louis and learn fun ways to stay healthy at the annual St. Luke’s Spirit of Women Day of Dance. Get your moves going with Zumba and other fun dance fitness demonstrations with your friends as you enjoy a morning of dance, music, health screenings, health information and more. Registration is limited. Questions? Call 314-205-6706.
Conversations for Women
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The Lodge Des Peres
Living Mindfully For Better Health
Thursday, February 28
Unmanaged, day-to day aggravations and major life upheavals can eventually take a toll on your health. We will discuss strategies you can use to manage your stress and improve your health and well-being.
What’s In Your Cart?
Thursday, March 7
Are you concerned about diabetes or heart disease? Not sure about your diet? End your confusion by joining a certified diabetes educator for a virtual grocery store tour that will focus on how to make better choices, label reading and meal planning. Learn how to shop for a healthier you!
Thursday, April 4
Every woman experiences menopause differently. Some women may not experience any noticeable symptoms, while others may feel as if they are experiencing every listed symptom of menopause. We will share tips to help you manage your symptoms.
Thursday, May 2
Sleep is not just the absence of being awake; it’s an active process that promotes good cognitive and physical health. We will share tips to help you sleep better.
Girl Talk: Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful
NEW DATE! Saturday, April 27
1:00 to 3:30 p.m.
St. Luke's Hospital Institute for Health Education
Free to attend
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Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful is a free program that offers preteen girls ages 11 and older a chance to celebrate their individuality and spend an informative, inspiring and fun afternoon with the important adults who have a positive influence in their lives. Interactive sessions and health experts will remind them why they need to recognize their inner beauty, celebrate their differences and focus on their positive attributes as they navigate through the preteen years and beyond. Questions? Call 314-205-6706.
NEW! Musical performance by Raelyn Winick
Raelyn Winick is a 15-year-old singer/songwriter with Claytown Management. She began singing at the early age of four in local talent shows for a number of years, taking the top three spot several times. In August 2018, she released her first country single, “It’s Not The End,” after fighting kidney failure. The song inspiration is a reminder that whether you are in a hospital bed, in a bad relationship or just struggling with life in general, it is not the end. There is always a brighter day coming.
When it comes to feeling beautiful, people get too caught up in external beauty. But her days in hospital gowns taught Raelyn that beauty is truly inside and each person should find their own kind of inner beauty. Making someone smile or helping them to see their astounding potential makes Raelyn beautiful. She feels fortunate to be able to perform on many stages, from singing at benefits for sick and injured people to singing the National Anthem in local schools. She hopes to share her story and struggles with all the beautiful girls at Girl Talk.