Virtual Community Mindfulness, adults
Registration required. Click here to register. Register once for entire series.
Fridays at 9:15 am, September 8 - December 22. No class November 24.
This program is presented in partnership with the Tenafly Stigma Free Committee.
Join Tenafly resident and author, Miranda Lee, for this weekly Virtual Community Mindfulness program. Mindfulness can be defined as "Paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgmentally."
With a different theme each month, class is divided into 4 parts: theory, gentle movement, meditation, and discussion to foster a sense of community.
This class is meant to
- help you deal with uncertainty and stress
- foster a growing and active community of diverse members
- allow sharing and support as you experience challenges
OUR MONTHLY THEMES:
September: Finding balance with mindfulness. Taking a pause and returning to the present moment can be helpful in finding a counterbalance to the distracted busyness in our lives.
October: Exploring radical acceptance. The power of radical acceptance of all our human emotions will bring greater peace, connection, and agency into our lives, our relationships, and our communities.
November: The benefits of gratitude. Gratitude practice is a way that we can see the
good in our lives as well as the challenge, restoring us back to balance and seeing things as they are.
December: The gift of presence. One of the keys to happiness lies in simply redirecting our attention from distraction to what’s happening right here in the present moment.
- Friday, September 8, 2023 Show more dates
- 9:15am - 10:00am
- Tenafly - Offsite
- BCCLS Library:
- Tenafly Public Library