Wellness Lectures

How would you like to learn how to age better, how to eat to feel fantastic, or deal with stress in a positive way? Dr. Denny captivates her audience with her charisma and extensive knowledge of these topics that she is so passionate about. All of her lectures are fun, super interactive, and always well received. There is no selling of any kind.

Dr. Lonna Denny

Dr. Lonna Denny D.C. is the owner of the San Francisco Spine PainRelief Center, A Denny Chiropractic Corp. Dr. Denny is an engaging and influential speaker, and has lectured frequently at many government agencies such as the I.R.S., the U.S. Dept. of Labor, and San Francisco Port Commission as well as many private corporations.

Lecture Choices:

Tips and Secrets to Eliminate Stress for More Health Happiness and Mental Focus – Learn new ways of thinking to make you happier. Get new strategies to handle the demands on your time. Learn how to deal with difficult people more effectively. Discover what the hidden stressors in your life may be

Healthy Secrets and Toxic Lies, How You Can Age Better and Live Longer – This lecture focuses on living a healthier life through better nutrition, exercise, and basic essential care of your body.

Death by Desk: Sitting is the New Smoking! – A quick overview of the physical effects of the sedentary lifestyle, followed by 20 minute stretches and isometric exercises that can be done at your desk. We like to call it the “sneaky office workout”.

**$300 per lecture

Testimonials

As Assistant District Director for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division., I have had the privilege to participate in and be a part of the Dr. Denny’s wellness presentations.  They are educational, humorous, and full of excitement.  They make one think about ones physical, emotional, and psychological well-being and how to be the best you can be in all of those areas to achieve overall wellness.  She even provided a coupon for initial wellness visits.  Thank you Dr. Denny for all that you
offer.

 Celeste Hale, Assistant Director for the U.S. Dept. of Labor Wage and Hour Division.

What a fantastic way to finish off the week!  Thanks Lonna.  Your seminar was relevant, engaging and presented in a way that made it accessible (and fun) for everyone in the room.  I really appreciated how you addressed strategies for dealing with difficult people, how to de-escalate a potential conflict and the role that nutrition plays in everyday exchanges.  Plus, you encouraged participation which helps the message land in a deeper way than lecture form. Thank you.  

– Laura Chalfant, Back First Development Director