In honor of May Mental Health Month, The Lynhall is hosting a special series of events focused on applying holistic and self-healing methods to aid in the recovery and prevention of depression, anxiety, and chemical dependency. Our general mental health and wellness is an undeniable facet of our health that affects every aspect of our daily lives, as individuals and as communities and we hope you will join us for a vibrant and engaging series that integrates science with soul.
Sarah will discuss how research confirms that sleep impacts all aspects of our health and wellbeing. Guests will learn strategies to unlock sleep as the third pillar of health and jump start their nutrition and wellness goals.
Tickets are $20 and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Long Table Fund.
About the Long Table Fund
The Long Table Fund works in partnership with the community to connect and empower those in the restaurant industry affected by trauma, mental health issues, and chemical dependency. Proceeds of The Long Table Fund will provide mission-specific educational opportunities and increased access to crisis mental health care for members of the restaurant industry.
Our Vision: A responsive, thriving, and healthy restaurant industry.
For more information about presenting or getting involved with The Nourish Series or The Long Table Fund please contact us.
About Sarah Moe:
Sarah Moe, RPSGT is a Board Registered Polysomnographic Technologist and is the founder of Sleep Health Specialists, which provides sleep health education to the employees of local businesses and corporations. She was also an Adjunct Professor in the Polysomnography (Sleep) Program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Sarah sat on the Board of Directors for the Minnesota Sleep Society, and also volunteers on the Educational Products Committee for the American Association of Sleep Technologists. You can find her on her monthly WCCO live news segment “Health Watch”, where she speaks on various sleep related topics.