The Art of Life Community Health Centre presents the 8-Session Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Course for Youth in a virtual format.
The focus of this series of mindfulness lessons is to help youth impacted by social isolation, depression, anxiety, fear, and loneliness to learn the tools of mindfulness meditation to improve their resilience in the face of new challenges brought on by the COVID pandemic.
This is a Canadian Red Cross sponsored project to support youth during these unprecedented times of increased uncertainty, as well as an opportunity for self-discovery, healing and development of inner strength which will be an asset under any life circumstances.
The first class will take place on Monday, December 7th at 6:30pm EST.
Please register to receive information and updates about the upcoming event.
(Note: this offering is only open to youth ages 14 to 27, if you’re a parent or a professional, and would like to learn mindfulness, please register here)
To learn more about our mindfulness programs – please visit our page
Call us if you have any questions – (437)-882-1911 or email email@example.com
Pandemic hurts… The effects of social isolation and physical distancing can be damaging for teens. Their mental and physical health may suffer. However, mindfulness can help!
Our experienced instructor, Lou Carcasole – P. Eng., MBA, M. Ed., who teaches Mindfulness for more than two decades will answer your questions & explain MBSR social & medical benefits.