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Mindfulness and the Quality of Life
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An overview about meditation and define mindfulness. We will discuss the benefits and how these practices can be used to manage and cope with stress, thus improving our quality of life. We will do some breathing and relaxation practices and end with a 10-minute meditation. This will be an interactive session –with no plans for use of PowerPoint! It is good to use this time to get away from technology.
Dinny Coleman, M.S., BCMS-I, OT/L is licensed Occupational Therapist, and board certified meditation specialist. An accomplished educator and health care professional, Dinny brings over 30 years of experience working with adults, children and families to her meditation specialist practice. Her varied experiences in health care, education and community-based settings has provided her with a broad understanding of the complexities of supporting others on their journey toward health and well-being. Areas of specialization include stress and pain management, anxiety and depression, children, adolescents and special needs populations. Dinny is available to teach individual and group classes and takes a personalized approach to working with each of her clients. She is committed to bringing the highest level of service to those who wish to build a personal meditation practice.
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