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Please note that there is only one webinar link for each day. The description refers to the 9 am start time of the event, not necessarily the session you wish to attend.
Be sure to use the Zoom link to join the event at the time of the presentation(s) you are interested in.

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Tuesday, April 6

Time Topic Presented by
9 - 10 am Mindful Meditation
Fundamental techniques of meditation include becoming aware of your thoughts, surroundings,
sounds, smells, body movement and breathing. The basic objective is to be present—here and now.
Come and learn how to embrace mindful meditation in your life.
Joy Childress
10 - 11 am Create a Budget and Ditch your Debt
This session will discuss creating a budget and managing your debt. This includes
how to approach essential saving, affording retirement, understanding your spending, getting rid of bad
debt, student loans, mortgage, credit cards auto loans and credit scores. This is a great opportunity to
develop the principles of building a budget.
Fidelity Investments
11 am - Noon Unpacking Self-Care: Necessity or Luxury?
Self-care refers to activities that you regularly engage in to reduce stress and maintain/elevate health
and wellness. Join this session to gain knowledge about the emotional, mental, and physical benefits
of self-care and discover resources to help you being the journey of practicing of self-care.
CARE Program
Noon - 1pm Sleep and Metabolism: How Optimizing Sleep Can Protect Metabolic Health and Disease Prevention
The Sleep and Metabolism Laboratory at CSU is operated by a translational scientist who specializes in the
intersection of sleep and circadian rhythms and metabolic health for the whole body. The importance of sleep
on overall health maintenance and the impact of circadian misalignment on diabetes and obesity risk and
potential counter measures when these behaviors are unavoidable will be discussed.
CSU Health and
and Exercise Science
1 - 2 pm Mindful Eating Exploration: Refresh your Relationship with Food
Join KRNC registered dietitian, Kalyn Garcia for an engaging group discussion centered on mindful eating
and learn about the power of paying attention to your body and your food.
Kendall Regan
Nutrition Center
2 - 3 pm Bringing Balance with the Wellness Wheel
Finding ways to balance our busy lives and tend to our own self care is challenging. This presentation will
review the various aspects of the wellness wheel and how to impact areas that may need your attention.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover and self-reflect.
CSU Health and
and Exercise Science
3 - 4 pm Tomorrow in Focus
This session will discuss how to make a plan for retirement savings. The presentation will look at taking
advantage of the time span of savings over your career and many important essential features of
retirement investments.

Wednesday, April 7

Time Topic Presented by
9 - 10 am Chair Yoga for Mindfulness Work Days
Discover how Chair Yoga can improve your overall well-being. This interactive session will teach you how
body postures and breathing techniques can help to bring about a healthy body and peaceful mind.
Joy Childress
10 - 11 am Sleep & Overall Wellbeing: How to Improve Everyday Health and Wellness
Why do we sleep? Come find out in this presentation on sleep functions, mechanisms behind why we sleep
and what causes it, costs of not getting good or enough sleep, and a few tips for better sleep! You will also
find out about a behavioral sleep program at CSU. This is a unique program CSU offers, so come join us
to find out more!
CSU Department of
Occupational Therapy
11 am - Noon Sleep: An Essential Component of Health and Well-being
This workshop provides the latest research findings regarding the importance of sleep and offers participants
suggestions on how to improve their sleep according to priority and quality measures. Objectives include:
The importance of sleep; elements of good “sleep hygiene”; and identify ways to access your sleep needs.
CSU EAP/ComPsych
Noon - 1pm What’s Keeping You Awake at Night and How Can Anthem Help?
The session speaks to the mindfulness and inability to get a good night’s rest. We will discuss common
reasons for the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep. Side effects of not getting enough sleep. There will
be a special note on sleep issues with children. Please come and learn about the benefits of sleep!
1 - 2 pm The Science of a Good Life
Join us for a compelling discussion about the science of a good life. We can control a lot more of our
happiness than we think. During this session we’ll explore insights on how to foster powerful
connections, tackle the loneliness epidemic, and have a positive mindset. You will also learn more
about the tools and resources Cigna has to offer related to mental wellness, stress management,
virtual care and earning your wellness incentives.
2 - 3 pm Financial Wellness
Financial wellness focuses on our ability to manage all aspects of our financial life. At times it can
feel difficult and complicated to get our finances under control. By attending this workshop, you can
learn how to gain control over your financial life and become more productive in other areas of your life,
including your ability to focus on family, friends and work.

Thursday, April 8

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9:30 - 11 am Overview of PERA & PERACare
Join us for an overview of Colorado PERA to understand your future “defined benefit” in retirement. We will
discuss how PERA benefits are calculated in addition to retirement processes and timeframes. This is also
a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the recent changes to PERA.
Colorado PERA
11:30 am - 1 pm Medicare 101
This session will cover the basics of Medicare: who is eligible, how to enroll, and how Medicare coordinates
with other insurance coverage. You will also learn about the four parts of Medicare (A, B, C and D) including
choices and costs. You will also discover other Medicare resources and information to help plan ahead
for Medicare coverage.
Centers for
Medicare & Medicaid
1:30 - 3 pm Windfall Elimination Provision and Government Pension Offset
Join this course to better understand how employment at CSU may impact future Social Security benefits.
This session will summarize the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO)
and provide you with online tools to determine your own retirement scenario.
Social Security

Don’t forget that CSU also offers retirement and financial savings webinars on a regular basis. Be sure to bookmark the Retirement Resources page for up-to-date information on webinars and other tools/resources that help you save for the future!