Mindful awareness practices for anybody with a mind who wants to develop learned sets of skills toward greater well-being. Classes will include meditation, gentle yoga, and qi gong.
With practice, anybody can develop traits of mindfulness and research clearly shows mindful traits to be beneficial for the mind, the body, and relationships.
MIND — increased sense of well-being; deeper experience of focus, purpose, compassion, and balance; increased resilience to stress.
BODY — brain growth with structural and functional changes, normalizing of blood pressure and heart rate variability, improved gut and immune functioning.
RELATIONSHIPS — increased empathy and compassion, greater capacity to be open to the internal states of ourselves and others and to respond in more accepting and loving ways.
USE YOUR MIND TO CHANGE YOUR BRAIN.
(TO CHANGE YOUR MIND.)
Wednesday evenings, 6-7:30 pm, Library at Ada McCormick Bldg, 1401 E. First St. (at Highland Ave.) Beginning June 5, 2019.