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Living Mindfully – Crafting a Mindfulness Practice That Works for Your Life

Tuesday, Jul 28, 2020 3:30 PM
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Living Mindfully – Crafting a Mindfulness Practice That Works for Your Life
General Public
Health Improvement Program

The benefits of mindfulness do not have to come from sitting in silence on a mat. Through practice and intention, embodied mindful moments can happen anywhere and in many different ways.

In this online afternoon workshop, you will explore different mindful meditation experiences while sitting, walking, and doing, so that you can expand your ideas of how to be mindful. Invitations to include the body, sensation, movement, and even emotion into your experience will help you to see what resonates for you.

You will practice three variations of simple mindfulness exercises and choose two practices that you can do at home each day. By the end of the class, you will be able to identify what is a good fit for you and your life at this moment and gain the skills you need to be able to bring this important practice for well-being into your life.

Instructor: Melissa Fritchle, LMFT, is a writer, workshop leader, certified mindfulness meditation teacher, and licensed marriage and family therapist. An award-winning educator, she has a vibrant private practice in Santa Cruz, CA, and travels internationally to speak and teach about positive self-awareness and body love.

Class details are subject to change.

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