There’s still time to register for Winona State University’s first wellness conference June 6-7 on the WSU campus.

The Wellness Exchange for Lifelong Learners (W.E.L.L. 2013), hosted by WSU in collaboration with local non-profit Live Well Winona, will showcase and highlight the concept of holistic wellness.

This event will offer both personal and professional development in addition to networking opportunities. W.E.L.L. 2013 features more than 40 sessions broken into three separate tracks: healthcare, education and community wellness. Come learn about how wellness impacts all aspects of campus and community.

Featured speakers include Dr. Richard Swenson, best-selling author, renowned presenter and award-winning educator; Fatima Said, Director of Project FINE; and Katy Smith, 2011 Minnesota Teacher of the Year and WSU alumna. Topics include community vitality, mindfulness techniques, managing challenging behaviors in children, organizational communication and structuring, mental health, barriers to happiness, human-canine wellness, starting your own wellness business, work-site wellness, weight management and nutrition.

The conference is open to the public. Cost to attend is $185 for the general public, $60 for students. Registration includes invigorating daily wellness activities. Participants that attend both days of the conference can earn 1 CEU.

To view the conference schedule and speaker biographies or to register online visit:

For more information email or call 507.458.9377

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