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Wendy Bojnowski

BA, MS, MBA, NBC-HWC

Biography

Wendy  BojnowskiWendy passionately endorses "whole life health" and a holistic approach to health and wellness that includes mind-body practices that support the whole person within his or her unique context. Wendy provides individual and group coaching and instruction in mindfulness and breath work, facilitates workshops on health topics and teaches chair-based and traditional mat yoga classes. Through her business, MindBody Flourish, Wendy designs and delivers wellness programs that promote an organizational culture of health within small to medium-size non-profit and for-profit organizations. Wendy was in the second cohort of the Emory Health Coach Certificate program. She is a certified Lay Leader for Stanford University's evidence-based Chronic Disease Self-Management Program and Diabetes Self-Management Program. She has completed a 200-hour registered yoga teacher training and chair yoga teacher training and specializes in corporate yoga for employees in the workplace and yoga for senior citizens and people who have flexibility and/or mobility challenges. She has also completed instruction in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and other meditation practices. Wendy is a Community Coalition Board Member with Morehouse School of Medicine's Prevention Research Center and volunteers with the Shambhala Meditation Center in Decatur, New Horizons Senior Center in Vine City, and with Urban Perform, a nonprofit gym facility dedicated to providing fitness and nutrition opportunities to low-income, underserved communities in Atlanta's Westside. Prior to her career in health and wellness, Wendy coordinated the employee volunteer program and charitable giving efforts for a large corporate law firm in Atlanta and was the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization.

Education

Masters of Science in Management, Georgia State University
Masters of Business Administration, Georgia State University
Bachelors of Art, Art History and Liberal Arts, Emory University