Creating a Mindfulness Meditation Practice: Trauma-Informed, Three-Part Series with Nicole Hunter, Certified Trauma-Informed Mindfulness Facilitator
$95 March 8, 15, 22 5:30p - 6:30p
In a society which drives us to be a hundred things at once, it is difficult to find the space to simply “Be a human being, not a human doing.” Mindfulness meditation can help create that space.
With roots stemming from several Eastern religions, mindfulness meditation was popularized in the Western world in 1979 by Jon Kabet-Zinn. Kabet-Zinn utilized the practice to create a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program. His secular approach to mindfulness meditation opened the practice to a much broader audience.
Come join us for a trauma-informed, three-part series to explore mindfulness meditation. We will experience how use breath and movement to effect change in the nervous system and improve overall well-being. We will explore the neuroplasticity of the brain and how to use neuroscience to make lasting, positive changes in negative thoughts and behaviors. We will learn how to incorporate mindfulness in a personal meditation practice and in simple everyday activities.