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Episode 12 - Originally Aired: 12/20/2015
United Way Emerging Leaders, AntiGravity Yoga, St. Luke's Executive Health

Meet a group of young leaders helping to create a better community; hang out in a unique Yoga Lab; explore a hospital’s effort to get a comprehensive look at health; and, Emily meets a volunteer dedicating her time to helping kids.

Episode 12 Segments
United Way Emerging Leaders Group

United Way's Emerging Leaders group is where philanthropic-minded professionals engage. United Way harnesses the energies of young business and community leaders to help create a better community for all.

AntiGravity Yoga

Explore a total body workout that promises to leave you toned, strengthened, uplifted, and stress-free!  AntiGravity Yoga uses hammocks and the force of gravity to achieve a more balanced  unencumbered expression of each yoga pose.

St. Luke's ExecuHealth

St. Luke’s ExecuHealth is an executive health and wellness program tailored and customized for people who never have enough hours in the day and whose health concerns often end up at the bottom of the priority list.

Janysa Morales
Lehigh University's Homework Club, part of America Reads and Counts, makes a real impact on students of all ages!
Episode 11 - Originally Aired: 12/13/2015
Pediatric Cancer Support, Young Professionals Council, Bariatric Fashion Show

On this week’s show, take a look at an organization providing support to families battling pediatric cancer. meet a group of young professionals getting involved in the business world, we’ll discover what happens after life-changing surgery, plus, Emily meets a volunteer bringing happiness to hospital patients.

Episode 11 Segments
Pediatric Cancer Support
Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley is dedicated to helping children and families affected by pediatric cancer by providing free and unique programming and support during treatment, survivorship, and bereavement.  
Young Professionals Council
Young Professionals Council, a mission council of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, is a group of young business owners, entrepreneurs and serious, active, civic-minded professionals. They all share a deep appreciation of Lehigh Valley’s leadership legacy and a clear vision of the region’s future as a great place to live, play and do business.  

Bariatric Fashion Show
For many bariatric surgery patients, along with many health benefits, losing weight means being able to wear stylish clothes that flatter their new figure. During the annual St. Luke’s University Health Network Bariatric Fashion Show, weight loss buddies take to the catwalk for their big reveal. Drs. Leonardo Claros and Maher El Chaar, Co-Medical Directors of St. Luke's Bariatric Surgery program, discuss the "win-win" solution of weight loss surgery.   
Volunteer Spotlight - Pam Magyarics
Meet a St. Luke's University Health Network volunteer who found passion in caring for others.  
Episode 10 - Originally Aired: 12/6/2015
Remembering Our Past, Raising Spirts On & Off The Field, Pet Therapy
On this week’s show, We’ll take a look at an organization dedicated to preserving history, meet two young women balancing demands on and off the field, explore how animals make a difference in patient recovery, and Emily meets a woman inspiring students to give back.  

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Remembering Our Past
You can't know where you're going unless you know where you've been. Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites mission is bringing history to life through education, preservation and collecting historical and artistic objects that tell of our past.

Raising Spirts On & Off The Field
Maintaining a balance between doing what you love and doing your job can be a challenge...unless both bring you happiness and fulfillment. Cat of St. Luke's OMS and Stephanie of St. Luke's Quakertown are finding success on and off the field!

Pet Therapy
With the help of volunteers, man’s best friend is easing the minds of patients and staff at St. Luke’s University Health Network. Therapy Dogs International's four-legged friends help relieve stresses that can be experienced in a hospital setting. Director of Volunteer Services, Georgina Winfield, joins us in-studio to discuss this and other service opportunities at St. Luke's.

Volunteer Spotlight - Dr. Sarah Stanlick
Dr. Sarah Stanlick promotes the value of community engagement!  
Episode 9 - Originally Aired: 11/29/2015
Life Lived Fully, Barre3, Get Back in the Game

On this week’s show, find out how one organization is offering life altering care to its clients, witness an exercise routine that is both challenging and fun, explore how St. Luke’s is raising the bar in the physical therapy realm, and Emily meets a woman who is raising money for pediatric cancer.

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Life Lived Fully
Helping those in need live life to its fullest potential is what LifePath does every day. Learn how this amazing organization provides dignified care and love for their clients.  
Exercise that combines yoga, pilates and ballet sounds complicated but is an amazing, full-body workout! Join host Ashley Russo as she gets a 60 minute, first-hand experience at Barre3!  

Get Back in the Game
Using technology like the antigravity treadmill, AlterG, St. Luke's University Health Network therapists design treatment plans with the patient in mind and quick recovery as the goal. Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Nicholas Avallone, joins us to discuss the importance of therapy after injury.  
Volunteer Spotlight - Natalee Hercik
Natalee Hercik turned her personal experience into a volunteer opportunity.