We’re all advised to be “mindful” now, and everyone from NBA stars to corporate gurus is claiming mindfulness improves their game. Let’s cut through the talk and trendiness and study what mindfulness is, why it works and how it can be used in everyday life to improve physical, mental, and emotional health — especially during a global pandemic! With a little bit of science and a lot of inspiration and practice, we’ll extract the help from the hype for anyone wishing to explore the benefits of mindfulness, including better stress and pain management, improved relationships, sharper mental focus, and healthier eating and sleeping habits. Each session will include samples of various mindfulness activities, guided practices, and time for sharing in the Zoom world.
General Public/Members: $88/$82 Eight Sessions
Mondays, 10:00 – 11:30 am
Your Teacher: Margo Benedetto is a certified mindfulness instructor and has been a public educator for over 25 years. She teaches a year-long mindfulness class called “Strength and Conditioning for the Mind” to high school students and provides personal and professional development sessions on mindfulness for individuals and groups. Margo holds an M.A. in Teaching the Humanities and is a licensed teacher in the state of Washington.