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Modern Wellness: Performance via Fitness, Meditation and Sleep

Physical training classes and presentation sessions on Tuesday 1 October 2019 on

MODERN WELLNESS: UPKEEPING YOUR PERFORMANCE VIA FITNESS, MEDITATION AND SLEEP

The event day is jointly organized by the Aalto Health Eat & Meet event series and the Health Talks event series, and also belongs to the Aalto Wellbeing Week.

Register to the program’s components according to your interests latest on Fri 27 Sep 

Program:

7.00am – 8.00am: Running/jogging with Heikki Karjalainen (meeting point: out in front of the A Grid house – Otakaari 5 A)

8.15am – 9.15am: Breathwork Meditation – Leigh Ewin

After meditation, coffee/tea/snacks in A Grid’s lobby

11.30 – 12.30: The Health Talks main event: Personalized Health (LUNCH is offered)
11.30: “Better performance with recovery, sleep and fitness” – Tiina Hoffman, Exercise Physiologist/Master Trainer, Firstbeat Technologies
12.00: “New ways in digital health in traditional industries” – Jaakko Olkkonen, CEO, Wellmo
12.15: “Measuring performance in martial arts” – Jan Eric Wargelin, CEO, KickAI

13.00 – 13.30: Core Training Class – Karoliina Hakkarainen

15.00 – 15.45: Yoga – Maija Vahteristo

Feel free to invite anyone to join you on 1 Oct.

Location: A Grid, Otakaari 5 A, Espoo
Mordor event space, entrance from the lobby

Aalto Health Eat & Meet is Aalto’s health-themed public event series (https://www.aalto.fi/health/eatmeet; to be informed of future events, email susanna.jaarmo@aalto.fi).

Health Talks is a series of health, life sciences, and entrepreneurship events organized jointly by Aalto, Health Capital Helsinki, NewCo Helsinki, Terkko Health Hub, and Upgraded – Health Startup Association of Finland (to be informed of future events, email info@terkko.fi).

Details:

Tuesday, 1 October 7:00-16:00

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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1356374964528049/

Venue

A Grid, Mordor

Organizers

Aalto University
A Grid
NewCo Helsinki
Terkko Health Hub
Upgraded