Florida Blue Partners with My Hope Chest

74133_MHC.RibbonImageIn a collaborative effort, Florida Blue Westshore Retail Store will partner with My Hope Chest, the locally based national charity, to launch, “Sex, Sleep & Sanity! Three Essentials for Women’s Wellness,” a free Creating Butterflies Wellness Workshop presented by renowned physician Dr. Carmella Sebastian. The first workshop will take place August 8 at 11:00 a.m. at the Florida Blue Retail Center in Tampa.

Workshop Details:

When: Friday, August 8th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Where: Florida Blue Retail Center, Tampa West Shore, 201 N West Shore Blvd, Tampa, FL 33609

Cost is free (lunch included!), but registration is required–seating is limited.  For more information and to register call 813-282-9926

A brainchild of My Hope Chest, the workshop is designed to present health education in an informative and uplifting manner, focusing on being inspired to achieve optimum good health rather than focusing on being fearful of ill health. Renowned health educators from the Florida Blue family will support the two-hour workshops and topics will vary to include fun and informative themes such as healthy eating habits, women’s health and the benefits of laughter on wellness.

“With Florida Blue now being a health solutions company and not just an insurance company, we have launched efforts to educate and support the community through partnerships with organizations like My Hope Chest. We are working to bring education and wellness opportunities to the community through the ‘Creating Butterflies Wellness Workshops’ which support Florida Blue’s mission of helping people and communities achieve better health,” said Michelle Hamilton of Florida Blue.

This first in a series of pilots are free to the public, with a goal to roll out the Creating Butterflies Wellness Workshops concept to other Florida Blue stores in the future. Seminars will be informative, uplifting and presented by engaging speakers with a positive message of hope for help, prevention or control of health issues.