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May 2018

Meditation Facilitator Training Program – Hamilton, May 2018

May 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Become an Authentic, Skilled and Certified Meditation Facilitator Most comprehensive and unique training program available Meditation is the path to peace and freedom from fear and sufferings. It’s an important step to self-realization in many spiritual traditions, including Patanjali’s yoga, Vedanta and Buddhism. The practice of meditation has many health benefits. It promotes emotional healing and can be helpful for those suffering from a variety of acute and chronic health problems including stress-related disorders, chronic pain, anxiety and depression. Serious…

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June 2018

Mindfulness and the Brain (Teens encouraged to attend)

June 3 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

This workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning about the science behind mindfulness and how it can benefit our physical, mental, and emotional well being. Various techniques and practice, such as yoga and breathing, are introduced to help you in your daily practice towards stress reduction. Although this workshop is open to everyone, special attention will be placed on teens - how stress affects them and how they can cope with stressors in their life. $30.00 before May 18,…

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Thought Awareness: The Basis of Mindfulness

June 14 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

"What consumes your mind, controls your life." Learn to take back control with Mindfulness Meditation. Introduction to ‘Thought-Awareness’: the basis of all mindfulness. Did you know that the average human has 60,000 thoughts each and every day? I’ve done the math, and guess what?! That’s almost one thought every second of your waking hours - exhausting, right? But here’s where it gets even crazier… On average, around 95% of those thoughts are repetitive, and 80% are negative. We are literally…

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June 25 @ 9:00 am - June 29 @ 4:30 pm

Haliburton School of the Arts, June 25-29, 2018 Instructor: Marybeth Leis Druery https://flemingcollege.ca/continuing-education/courses/mindfulness-creativity-spirituality-within-expressive-arts Description: Essential to wellbeing, the interconnectivity of mindfulness, spirituality and creativity will be explored through expressive arts experiences in this reflective, contemplative and creative course. Through meditation, guided visualization, art making, movement, sound and writing, you will work both indoors and out in the natural world to connect to self, community, spirit and nature to develop a personal practice of the contemplative and creative, centred self. Sometime will…

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July 2018

Love Yourself, Love Life

July 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Join me for a day of self-exploration and self-compassion! We will dive into Mindfulness activities that will open you up to self-awareness so that self-compassion and joy may follow. A lot of the 'problems' people have in life come from a lack of self-love, an abundance of self-doubt, and way too much negative self-talk. THE GOOD NEWS? YOU CAN CHANGE THAT. Join me for a day filled with exercises that will help you get out of your comfort zone, learn new…

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Teen Mindfulness Summer Retreat July 10th to Sunday July 15

July 10 @ 8:00 am - July 15 @ 5:00 pm
Lakefield College

Mindfulness Training for Teens 6-DAY RESIDENTIAL RETREAT FOR AGES 15-19 JULY 10—15, 2018 | Lakefield,Ontario The iBMme Retreat Experience: Learn in-depth mindfulness practices from leading teachers through guided meditations, movement exercises and dynamic workshops Cultivate enhanced self-awareness, empathy, mental focus, and skill communication Develop mindfulness for creative self-expression and ecological understanding Deepen skill of compassion and social justice for our communities and the natural world Scholarships available: No teen has ever been turned away for lack of funds. To Learn More,…

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