Practical Tips for Healthy
Sleep Virtual Event

Practical Tips for Healthy Sleep - At Home and on the Road

Lifestyle – we know it plays an important role in our health. We all think about exercising more, eating healthier, losing weight, and managing stress. But, more and more data also reinforces the importance of sleep to our health! In this wellness seminar, Mayo Clinic certified wellness coach, Stacy Peterson, will address the role sleep plays in your health and productivity. You’ll learn what the latest research says - that it’s not only the amount of sleep you get, but it’s also about sleep quality. Understanding the benefits of healthy sleep can motivate you to make this a new priority among your lifestyle goals. And you’ll leave this session with practical, actionable tips to improve your sleep!

About Your Mayo Clinic Wellness Specialist

Stacy Peterson

Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Mayo Clinic

Stacy Peterson is a Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach with Mayo Clinic. Since 2007, she has worked with executives, patients and groups on improving wellness and building lasting change through wellness coaching. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse and has studied additional coursework in Group Coaching, Positive Psychology, Living on Purpose, and Stress Management and Resiliency Training. She holds multiple certifications in Wellness Coaching, including the National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach designation and a certification in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the American College of Sports Medicine.

About Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic is a destination medical center seeing more than 1.3 million patients a year from all 50 states and 130 countries. With over 150 years experience as a health care leader and innovator, it is the first and largest integrated group practice with 4,200 physicians and scientists covering virtually every medical specialty. The Mayo Clinic Executive Health Program sees over 20,000 patients a year including Morgan Stanley Reserved Living & Giving members.