Mindfulness by Nicole Scheopner, MA, CCC-SLP
Want to learn more about mindfulness and meditation? This workshop will provide an introduction to a beginner’s level meditation practice with applications for daily life. Mindfulness 101 will offer instruction on the basics of Mindfulness with the opportunity to participate in brief, guided meditation practices. Beginners are welcome, no previous meditation experience required to attend. Please wear comfortable clothing. Why mindfulness? Mindfulness does not require that we “sit still” or “stop thinking” to reap the benefits of the practice. It simply asks that we be present in the moment. The Mindfulness practice refines our attention so we can connect fully to whatever life brings.
Nicole uses her understanding of anatomy, breathwork, and mindfulness to connect the mind and the body in her classes. Through her instruction, she seeks to help people learn something about themselves that they can utilize on and off the mat. Nicole has extensive training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and the therapeutic applications of yoga. When she is not teaching yoga, Nicole Scheopner works as a Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in respiratory support for breath and voice. She enjoys incorporating these specialties into her classes and providing practical tools for daily life.
Date of Presentation: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Location of Presentation: Opti-U
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
This class is FREE and open to the public.