'Wellness by Design'
Architect Terry Cline will give a talk on how your personal environment has a profound impact upon your behavior, relationships, and performance at the regular “Wellness” Brown Bag Lunch at Camden Public Library at noon Monday, Jan. 14. Through slides and discussion topics, Cline’s “Wellness-by-Design: Architecture as a health resource for ALL!” will offer immediate, practical, no-to-low-cost take-away techniques to use at home, office, classroom, or any room to improve your mental, spiritual, and physical well-being.
Terry Cline is a Maine Licensed Architect and a lifestyle/space integration consultant/coach. As director of DwellRight, with more than 30 years of professional experience offering residential green design and lifestyle/space integration for home and office, Terry integrates principles from architectural and interior design, behavioral psychology, neurology, the ancient art and science of placement, and advanced common sense. He offers presentations nationwide, has been interviewed by Dwell and Natural Home Magazines, Public Broadcasting Network, and The Green Talk Radio Network, and participated in a television program about the beneficial effects of well-designed personal environments. For more information contact Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org; 508-579-8233; and dwellright.com
The Wellness Brown Bag Lunch series is a collaboration of the Library and Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce, on the second Monday of each month at noon. Upcoming Wellness topics will include: Mimi McGee on Food for Life on Feb. 11; Deb Moskowitz on pediatric applications of Naturopathic Medicine on March 11; Tami Rogers on Reiki on April 8; and Barb MacDonald on “What is Naturopathic Medicine and How Does It Optimize Health” on May 13.