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Chartiers Valley staff learns how to relax a little |

Chartiers Valley staff learns how to relax a little

Staff Reports
| Thursday, January 6, 2011 12:00 p.m

Earlier this month, the COLT Wellness Team at Chartiers Valley High School presented a “relax and let go of your stress” session for fellow employees.

Susan Kostovny, relaxation consultant for BeautiControl and former science teacher at Harrison Middle School at Baldwin-Whitehall School District, hosted a relaxation session each period of the day. She reviewed basic problems associated with stress in the workplace.

Kostovny then demonstrated products designed to help promote relaxation.

The idea of sponsoring a stress reduction day sprang from the Allegheny County Schools Health and Wellness Event at Southpointe Golf Club in October.

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