Mindfulness for Real Life

Mindfulness for Real Life

  • 24.03.2019
  • 01:30 pm - 03:30 pm
  • 35Buy

Mindfulness for Real Life: Healthy Tools for Living with Stress

Stress is a part of life. While we can’t escape it, our response determines whether we thrive or suffer. To achieve our goals at home, at work, and at the gym, we all need access to a diverse set of tools and habits to help regularly cultivate focus, resilience, and joy. Mindfulness is one of those essential practices. Through integrating mindfulness principles and practices into our daily routines, we’re better able to focus on what matters most, intentionally respond instead of reacting on autopilot, and develop a healthy capacity to manage whatever comes our way.

In this 2-hour workshops, you will:

·         Increase knowledge of introductory principles of mindfulness & their relationship with stress

·         Learn specific meditation techniques for  cultivating focus, resilience, and joy

·         Practice gentle “anywhere yoga” as means for learning to focus on the present moment

·         Create an action plan for integrating purposeful pauses into week of real life

 

Robyn Fehrman specializes in yoga and mindfulness for “Type A” leaders: high impact (and often high strung!) individuals who are committed to being their best selves. Robyn’s practical approach focuses on intentional breathing, movement, and meditation techniques that help her students enhance the aspects of their personalities that make them effective, while letting go of that which doesn’t serve them at work, at home, and on the inside. Robyn’s classes are accessible for students of all experience levels. Learn more at www.MindfulTypeA.com

 

This workshop is appropriate for anyone who faces stress. Wear clothes you can sit comfortably and move in.  Bring a notebook, pen, and your calendar. You’ll leave with an action plan for integrating “purposeful pauses” into your coming week and a compilation of curated resources for continued learning.

 

Details

  • Limits:
    20 participants