Come prepared to move during the opening session of the Women’s Health Conference on September 28, in Bismarck. Dr. JoAnne believes we must “move to improve” and the part of the brain that makes us move…also helps us think.
Register today for the Women's Health Conference on
Monday, September 28; your health investment is $45.
Dr JoAnne Owens-Nauslar, aka Dr JoAnne, provides evidence-based information with practical applications for everyday life and meaningful movement. With actionable reminders about why women need to be selfish at times, Dr JoAnne will encourage us to focus on our needs in order to better take care of others.
JoAnne Owens-Nauslar has spent forty-five years promoting the benefits of healthy active living and is considered one of the nation’s most vocal personalities on issues of physical activity for children and the potential for school success.
She has been described as Past President of almost everything, including the National Association for Sport and Physical Education; the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance (now SHAPE America); the Nebraska AAHPERD; the Central District AAHPERD; Husker Softball “On Deck Circle” and the Husker Athletic Fund.
Dr. JoAnne taught in Newcastle, WY for five years and then to the University of NE, Lincoln on a graduate teaching assistantship. She has taught at all levels and was the State Director for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education at the Nebraska Department of Education (19 1/2 years). Director of Professional Development for the American School Health Association for (9 1/2 years) and 15 years ago joined corporate America.
Be prepared to be reminded that each of needs to “Secure Your Own Mask FIRST!” and then we are better prepared to help others. You will have opportunities to laugh, learn, network, and share while being reminded of the necessary ingredients for a healthier/happier you and a healthy and more active America.
When Dr. Jo is not on the speaking/training trail, she can be found running or working Texas Longhorn cattle, goats, llamas, or horses at Big-E-Nuff Ranch, Lincoln, NE.