See a preview and sign up for my new FREE online course called "Brain Power" based on my book "Healthy Brain Happy Life" here.
Read Huffington Post's article on exercise and the brain. New research is increasingly discovering the benefits of physical exercise for the brain.
Listen to Wendy describe why she does what she does and see her in action during her recent talks and interviews.
114 Fifth Avenue
New York City
Join us for a one hour Heart-Sati class where we will move and speak affirmations out loud. Please wear comfortable clothes to move in. There will also be live drumming and filming going on for a special e-course based on my book "Healthy Brain, Happy Life."
This event is free and open to the public
For more information on this type of fitness class please visit wendysuzuki.com/intensati
Brief exercise and table demonstration
Washington D.C., White House Lawn
Student Helpers: Julia Basso, Ph.D. (a post-Doc in my lab), Alexandra McHale (a recent NYU graduate)
Fire up your neurons, with a cocktail in hand, for an exciting evening of interactive digital, and physical games, that challenge, entertain, and tease your brain. Test your eye-hand coordination, memory, recognition, and creativity while scientists help you connect the goals and outcomes of each game with scientific information about our complex, mysterious, and magnificent brains.
The disruptive power of exercise | Dr. Wendy Suzuki | TEDxACCD
The Astonishing Truth About Exercise: How Exercise Can Positively Transform Your Mood, Memory, Attention and Imagination
In this lecture, Dr. Suzuki blends personal experience, science narrative and practical advice to bring the human brain into focus as never before, revealing the powerful connection between exercise, energy, memory and learning.
Join us for an evening with Professor WENDY SUZUKI who will lead us in a one-hour exercise class called intenSati with live African drumming followed by an interactive lecture about her new book called “Healthy Brain Happy Life”.
New York University faculty will be featured in “Women in Science,” a panel discussion that is part of the global “Pint of Science” festival, on Wed., May 20, 7 p.m. at Brooklyn’s DSK biergarten (710 Fulton St.).