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The Mind-Body Connection

Get Moving for Peace. The simple act of walking can make a difference in your life–removing stress while moving you to your place of inner optimism, joy, and achievement. Join Lotus Network’s Terry Rubin as she moderates a discussion with Dr. Audrey Boxwell, one of Denver’s leading psychotherapists specializing in experiential discovery of where the mind can heal when actively engaged in our lives. Dr. Boxwell takes you on a journey back into the small, quiet voice of your soul. Get in touch with the you who is free, happy and healthy. As you reclaim your strength, and your purpose, experience the joy and optimism you know you’re capable of feeling. This is an experience you deserve!

Click the adjacent video thumbnail to view this session online.

Meet Audrey Boxwell, Ph.D.

Dr. Audrey Boxwell has 30+ years experience in healthcare-related fields. She received a BA in sociology from the University of Colorado, an associate of science in dental hygiene from the City College of New York (RDH), and an MA and Ph.D. in energy medicine and theology from Holos Institute of Health in Springfield, Missouri.

Dr. Boxwell focuses on the power of the mind to heal. She works with individuals and groups, presenting seminars and workshops throughout the Rocky Mountain region. She is the creator of PsycheHike®, an outdoor active-meditation program for those who find better focus on their physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing while in motion rather than stationary meditation. Also an author, Dr. Boxwell’s latest book is Sole to Soul: A Daily Prescription For Moving Forward In Your Life.

Learn more about Dr. Audrey Boxwell at her website www.audreyboxwell.com.

Title Sub-Title Author Content
Solve It Through Walking!
The healing properties of walking and movement
Audrey Boxwell
Nature Has Many Gifts
Now MORE THAN EVER nature is the cure!
Audrey Boxwell
Physical Movement is our best weapon!
Prolonged psychological stress is the enemy to our mental health.
Leon Taylor, UK Olympian
Move Your DNA!
We NEED a broad diet of daily movement.
Katie Bowman, M.S.
Powerful Ideas need Physical Movement
Why Working out Isn't Working out!
Darryl Edwards
Hiking is FUN
Group Hikes are THE BEST!!
Take the stairs!!
Brisk walking is good for the aging brain.
Gretchen Reynolds
Healthier and Happier You!
11 Benefits Of Hiking for Health and Well-being
Kristen Bor
Timely Topics Committee and Contributors: Terry Rubin, Cathy Fleishmann and Jane Gwin