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Mindfulness Meditation: The art of seeing clearly what is happening and how we are relating to it.

What causes us to feel overwhelmed and pressure in life, is not our busy lives or any other external factor, but how we are navigating these circumstances. Join us for an afternoon of mindfulness and self-care – to remind you how to relax, get centred and to reboot in your hectic life. During our session we will explore different meditation tools to incorporate into your daily life, as well as how to find space in your day to be still and quiet.  Mindfulness has been proven to alleviate the side effects of physical pain, mental discomfort as well as emotional distress. It is a simple and accessible practice to be used by anyone at anytime.

About Kat Boehm:

Kat has been practicing meditation since 1997. She has sat numerous silent retreats, varying in length and is guided by her core teachers. Presently she is enrolled in a certification program. She intends to deepen her understanding of the multiple benefits of mindfulness, both in neuroscience and practice. Kat is also an experienced certified Yoga and Pilates Instructor.

www.movingmindfully.ca

Offered in the spirit of Dana - Generosity:

In the Buddhist tradition, the teachings are given freely because they are considered priceless. We, as practitioners get to also practice Dana, or generosity - by making monetary offerings for the teachings. Dana is not payment for goods or services.

Please be sure to pre register to ensure a spot as space is limited.

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