Submerged in the responsibilities of life, the seriousness of world affairs, and an ever-growing to-do list, we often forget to PLAY. Animals, on the other hand, continue to play throughout their adult lives! We may believe that play is somehow no longer appropriate or cast it aside as a frivolous waste of time. Research suggests, however, that play is essential to our well-being, creativity, and health: 

  • It boosts our creativity 
  • It helps us think outside the box 
  • It improves our health 
  • It makes us present 
  • It connects us 

Please join us for a “playful,” fun and informative seminar!!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn more about what research has to say about the benefits of play 
  • Be able to apply concepts to help boost creativity, health and stay present in order to connect with ourselves and others 

Who should attend

Any CU faculty or staff member who wants to learn more about the power of play in boosting well-being, creativity, and health. 

Join Us

  • Date(s): Wednesday Aug 4, 2021 
  • Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Cost: There is no cost to attend

Register

Instructor(s)

Lynzee Klinkenberg 

As a powerhouse public speaker and experienced performance coach, Linzee leads organizations to increase engagement and productivity, and coaches executives toward success in their professional and personal lives. She specializes in helping others take a proactive approach to health, work-life balance, and maximizing creativity. Known for her humor, ferociousness, and originality, she is as entertaining as she is insightful. Her diverse background includes experience as a professional dancer, certified personal trainer, public speaker, entrepreneur, executive producer, and coach. She has been featured in Competitor Magazine, Boulder Daily Camera, The Seattle Times, and on Fox Sports Network. 

This workshop is hosted by FSAP in conjunction with our partners at Elevations Credit Union