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Mon Oct 19 2020 at 01:30 pm EST
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Tue Sep 22 2020 at 04:39 pm EST
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Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
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Aaron Unseth
Spiritual Care
Recorded: Oct 19, 2020 at 01:30 pm EST
Forgiving ourselves and others can have positive physical and mental effects. But it can be so hard to do! In this course, we will discuss what forgiveness is and what it is not. We will explore what makes it difficult to forgive ourselves and others. Finally, we will share some tips to help us continue on our journey of learning to forgive ourselves and others.
Karina DiLuzio
Wellness Talks
Recorded: Jun 02, 2020 at 02:30 pm EST
Understand some basics of your brain to better focus and manage distractions, keep your cool in any situation, reduce "brain fog" and feel better at the end of the day
Diane Dunlevy
Wellness Talks
Recorded: May 19, 2020 at 01:30 pm EST
Want to understand the "how" of happiness? Life circumstances account for only 10% of happiness. Half depends on our genetic "set point," and about 40% of our happiness is influenced by what we do deliberately to make ourselves happy. Participants will learn what works, what doesn't and walk away with practical tools to apply in their life.
Kate Dusek
Wellness Talks
Recorded: Apr 29, 2020 at 01:00 pm EST
Being the parent of an adolescent can be both a sometimes frustrating, and sometimes joyous task. In this webinar, we explore a few approaches to help parents navigate the journey of turning their teens into adults.
Learn how to apply acupressure to improve your digestion from Penny George Institute for Health and Healing acupuncturist Pam Weiss-Farnan.
Maureen Doran
Meditation
Recorded: Apr 08, 2020 at 06:05 pm EST
This 5 minute guided meditation helps you remember your own strength and can help stabilize and deepen calmness and equanimity.
Michael Egan
Integrative Health > Qigong
Recorded: Mar 31, 2020 at 01:50 pm EST
The Ba Duan Jin or "8 brocades" is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine exercise known as qi gong (pronounced chee gong). Qi gong is often translated as "energy or breath cultivation". This particular form of qi gong is believed to date back to the Song Dynasty (960-1127) and is often referred to as "health qi gong". * The movements of the form can promote relaxation and awareness of the mental, emotional and physical tension we carry from day to day. This awareness allows us to work more mindfully and skillfully with whatever is arising. By promoting respiration, circulation, relaxation and mindfulness we can cultivate health. The moves in this form are relatively simple to learn and can be modified for any individual based one's ability or needs. If you need to use a chair for balance or for sitting, it is absolutely appropriate. Feel free to take a break at any time. Never push past what is comfortable for you at any given time. If you are noticing pain or discomfort or intense sensation, discontinue practice and talk to your instructor. * This form is not intended to cure or treat disease or as a substitute for medical attention. Please consult with your physician prior to starting any form of mind-body exercise to determine if it is appropriate for you.