Jony Weiss, MPH

Photo (c) Jony Weiss 2021


Caring for Yourself

Positive Psychology Workshop:
Nature, Nurture and Happiness is an interactive and powerful workshop where participants learn practical tools to start feeling happier and healthier right away, and tap into the healing power of nature. Held at the beautiful Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Gardens.

Photo (c) Jony Weiss 2021


Caring for Others

Caregiver Workshop:
7 Insider Secrets to Self-Care When You’re Caring for Others is the perfect online workshop for caregivers who want to develop a tool-kit of easy-to-implement positive health strategies to improve their own well-being as well as enhance the health of their loved ones.

Photo (c) Jony Weiss 2021


Caring for the Earth

Climate Workshop:
Climate, Health and Well-being
As a health educator, and caring world citizen,
Jony is committed to helping individuals and communities find creative solutions to our current climate crisis. Jony recently taught a very well received course at UCLA Extension called Climate Solutions Peer Advocate Training (Public Health 801).

About Jony

Jony Weiss, MPH holds a master’s degree in public health from UCLA and is a workshop designer, instructor, health educator and photographer. Her workshops focus on Climate Change and Health, Caregiving, Positive Psychology, Selfcare and Wellness, and Happiness and Health.

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our creative doubleshot team for help with WordPress, Jonathan and Ginger Danz,
and for our fabulous future-thinking feedback and guidance team including friends, family and
Amy Bachrach, Bev Thomassian, Jane Steinberg, Lee Khofal and Mary Oatman.

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