Wendy, who's career in health care has spanned over 20 years, has dedicated herself to helping others live a healthier lifestyle. Wendy chose the profession of working with organizations, leaders, and people because she wanted a career where she could have an impact on peoples’ health and their daily well-being in the workplace.
She is known as an enthusiastic spokesperson for wellness and recognized as thought leader in the fields of performance management creating business strategies to improve employee motivation, worksite health promotion, and mindfulness programs. She holds an undergraduate degree in Healthcare Administration, Masters degree in Health Education with a focus in Health Promotion. A 2nd Masters Degree in the study of Industrial and Organizational Psychology with a focus in Human Resources. A Mindfulness Practitioner in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) of University San Diego School of Integrative Medicine, Center for Mindfulness.
Wendy is passionate about mindfulness and views it as the key to health for individuals and organizations. She has been at the forefront of design, development, marketing, and management of UnitedHealthcare’s Disease Management, Health Education and Wellness and MBSR/MSC programs. Additionally Wendy has instructed courses at The Caring Place (cancer foundation), College of Southern Nevada (CSN), University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and acted as a consultant for major corporations.
Wendy's continuous meditation practice and application of mindfulness teachings has offered insights and awareness to live a most authentic life. That sparked the desire to share this amazing gift with others and led to the foundation of Wen Zen Wellness.
Why Practice Mindfulness?
The practice of mindfulness leads to a deeper organic relationship between body and mind. The teachings are how to live more consciously; to live in the state of being instead of doing and gain insights to transform your life as you fully experience each moment. Science is beginning to catch up with mindfulness, as a number of studies show how meditation and mindfulness can help rewire, reshape and mold the brain. This can improve our physical and emotional health, decrease anxiety and depression and even protect the brain from dementia
Wendy S. Ronovech has dedicated her entire career to helping others live a healthier lifestyle. Today, Wendy is a sought-after leader in wellness and mindfulness programs that are transforming lives.
Greetings From Wendy
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