Learn and experience the numerous health benefits of mindfulness practice
Work with three incredibly knowledgeable and experienced instructors in developing a mindfulness practice that supports your work-life balance and overall well-being. Participants can expect to be engaged in a variety of mindful exercises purposefully designed to provide personal and professional value, including:
- The science of mindfulness and its positive effects on the brain
- Guided meditation for mental clarity and focus
- Energizing yoga poses capable of being done at home or in the office with limited space or props
- Mindful compassion, communication, and eating exercises
This weekly workshop series will cover techniques to effectively change your response to stress, the result of which is a calmer, more focused and resilient mind. The virtual series will take place every Monday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. during the month of June and is free for all WVU Medicine employees and WVU students, faculty, and staff.
For additional information or to register contact wellness specialist Anthony.Danko@hsc.wvu.edu.
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