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Mindful Walking


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    This month’s Mindful Living seminar, offered by the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, will focus on walking mindfully. Walking is a great way to integrate mindfulness into your everyday life and has been practiced as a meditative technique for thousands of years. Being mindful increases engagement with the present moment and allows for a clearer understanding of how thoughts and emotions impact our health and the quality of our lives. Attend to awaken your innate capacity for mindful living and nurture a practice to positively inspire every facet of your life. This seminar will be facilitated by Carol Kaminsky, a board-certified dance-movement therapist and a faculty member in the University of Miami dance program who has taught mindful movement and meditation for stress reduction (MBSR) for over 20 years.

    IMPORTANT: Please bring comfortable walking shoes, as this practice will take place outdoors.

    Coral Gables campus: Wednesday, March 22, 12-1 p.m., meet in front of the Otto G. Richter Library breezeway

    Miller School campus: Thursday, March 23, 12-1 p.m., meet in front of the Lois Pope LIFE Center entrance

    FSAP Health and Wellness seminars are offered as part of the University of Miami’s Well ’Canes Program. Register through ulearn.miami.edu. For help with ULearn registration, or to receive email announcements of upcoming seminars, please call the FSAP at 305-284-6604.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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