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Why I'm A PAssionate Health Educator: How I stopped being a lawyer and started promoting health
I invite you to take a few minutes, and watch the video below. I'll tell why it's important to pay attention to evidence-based health information and how I learned this first-hand when re-building my health after burnout, chronic fatigue syndrome and depression.
Shirley Archer, a graduate of Stanford University, Harvard University and Georgetown University Law Center, is an award-winning trainer, health journalist and best-selling author of 15 books. She's a former New York City attorney turned full-time wellness, meditation, mindfulness and healthy living educator and yogini.
Through blogs, over 1,000 magazine articles, books and podcasts, she inspires people worldwide to take personal responsibility for creating abundant health with simple to apply tips and evidence-based information.
It's important to Shirley to not only offer the "what to do", but also explain the "why do it" and "why NOW".
Shirley's career as a high-powered attorney in New York City was stalled by burnout and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Overcoming illness and depression and restoring health after conventional doctors gave up and told her she may never feel well again, [Shirley refused to believe that!] inspired Shirley to dedicate herself to sharing health information with others.
Her self-healing journey inspired her 15-year Stanford University career at the Health Improvement Program at the Stanford Prevention Research Center at the Stanford University School of Medicine. She supplemented her legal education with a course at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and classes toward a Health Psychology Education degree at the Stanford University School of Education.
Shirley draws on her personal background blending East Asian holistic traditional values from her Japanese mom and a love of Western science and logic from her American dad. She's a monthly columnist and contributing editor for IDEA Fitness publications. She's achieved certification in mindful modalities including yoga, Pilates and meditation. She's an award-winning personal trainer, a certified Spinning instructor and an internationally acclaimed award-winning group fitness instructor and master trainer of trainers.
Happily married to a Swiss man and step-mom of 3 beautiful children, you can find Shirley hiking with her beloved German Shepherd, Cheyenne, either in the Swiss Alps or in sunny California, speaking at conferences worldwide, and being featured in various high-profile media including USA Today, Washington Post, Fitness, Shape and cnn.com.
Shirley Archer is a healthy living educator who offers simple integrative tools that empower successful women in their mid 30s to mid 50s to take back their health and bring more peace and happiness into their lives. As an online expert, she helps women eliminate overwhelm so they can focus on achieving the fitness and health goals they want. Her goal is to grow an engaged, mindful community of empowered people that experience greater health and happiness in everyday life.
Shirley Archer blends Eastern traditional wisdom with the best of Western medical scientific knowledge to change the way hard-working women approach the stresses of daily life, so they can make their wellness goals a reality. Her approach to meditation, fitness and wellness will inspire her community to live mindfully from the inside out.
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