Why Die Young – Professor Marc Cohen

Multiple Sessions

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‘Between Wellness and Illness is Stillness’

Introduced by Rebecca Grinblat and Rabbi Laibl Wolf, Professor Marc Cohen is Professor of Health Sciences at RMIT University. He has degrees in western medicine,physiology,and psychological medicine and PHD’s in Chinese medicine. as well as electrical and computer systems engineering. He is currently Chair of the Australasian Wellness Association, and a Board Member of the Global Wellness Summit.

In his thought-provoking talk, ‘Why Die Young’, Dr Marc Cohen explores the concept of stillness as the bridge between wellness and illness. He explains how stress and the fast-paced nature of modern life can lead to physical and mental burnout, ultimately leading to a decline in overall health and well-being. Dr Marc emphasizes the importance of taking time for stillness, whether it be through meditation, yoga, or simply taking a walk, as a means of promoting balance and restoring health. He challenges the audience to consider their own well-being and the role stillness plays in preventing the progression from wellness to illness.