Terry Eckmann is a professor and department chair at Minot State University, but she’s got a whole lot more on her fitness resume.
She will be taking her knowledge and long-time skills across the world to Bangkok, Thailand in a few months to speak at the Asia Fitness Conference.
She’s hosted mind and body presentations all over the country and internationally for the past 25 years.
Eckmann has written two books and is working on her third to relay her message.
The main aspect of her books and her presentations for the Asia Fitness Conference is the importance of mindfulness, one’s attitude, exercise, eating, and even socialization habits.
“You know, what happens to us a lot relies on genetics. But there’s a lot of things that we can do to make a difference in healthy aging and those lifestyle choices really impact our every day lives and the length and quality of our life,” Eckmann said.
She said the main goal is to get attendees to incorporate small changes into their daily lives that will impact them forever, as well as encourage others from what they learn from her presentations.