Sonia Tita Puopolo
Sonia Tita Puopolo, Co-Founder and CEO of Wellness World USA™, is the host and producer of a lifestyle, wellness, and self-care audio/video podcast called TITA TALKS. She is a wellness expert, an award-winning author, a motivational speaker, and a sophisticated, multi-lingual, and multi-cultural brand, image, and marketing communications specialist with global media experience. Wellness World USA™ successfully completed a wellness communication collaboration with the students and faculty of GLOBECOM, a consortium of 16 Universities around the world. As a Professor at Emerson College in Boston, Tita also teaches wellness and self-care communication studies.
As a global leader in wellness and self-care, she has more than 25 years of experience as a YOGA practitioner, is certified by the Buddhist Chaplain of Harvard as a Yantra yoga instructor and has led and established mindfulness and meditation programs since 2001 throughout the world. She received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. She received her second master’s from Harvard University, where she wrote her thesis with David King from the Kennedy School of Government. She currently lives in Boston, is passionate about spreading her message of healing and the importance of wellness and self-care.
Saturday 17th, September
How To Reset Your Life With Emotional Intelligence, Wellness, and Selfcare: A Pathway Forward.
How To Reset Your Life With Emotional Intelligence, Wellness, and Selfcare: A Pathway Forward.” Science-based evidence shows that the more self-care tools and techniques you have and the positive daily habits you embrace, the more you learn about yourself and what works best for you in your life and the better life you will live! It is about empowering yourself with the skills to live a happier, healthier, and more harmonious life. I want to share an excerpt from the book Sonia's Ring: 11 Ways To Heal Your Heart, “Physical and spiritual well-being is necessary for life and growth. it is what helps to keep us alive, maintains and nourishes love, faith, hope, perseverance, compassion, and kindness. all of this is available for you—so reach out and grab what is yours.”