Mind/Body Tools for Natural Stress Relief: Meditation
August 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Free, 3-part Online Series from Kemper Cognitive Wellness! Please register once for this series here.
Each of us desires to be happy, healthy, and peaceful. We want to slow down our overactive minds, reduce stress, and touch into the sweetness of life. But how do we do this? Can we create a natural balance between our minds, bodies, and spirits? The answer is yes! Join us for this three part interactive series dedicated to helping you create a natural stress relief and a better quality of life for yourself.
August 4th: 11:00 AM EST – EFT Tapping
August 11th: 11:00 AM EST – Meditation
August 18th: 11:00 AM EST – Mindfulness
In this series you will learn:
• What EFT Tapping is and instruction on how to use its techniques
• The basics of Meditation and Mindfulness
• Mindful coping tools
• What to do when thoughts arise
Although mindfulness, meditation, and EFT Tapping take very different approaches, they all use the doorway of the present to restore your body and mind to their optimal functioning conditions. Some of the most beneficial results of this? Reduce stress. Calm mind. Optimizing well-being.
Many of the deep seated emotional issues that EFT works to temporarily clear can be permanently resolved, from the very root, in meditation. Did you know that EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), when done properly, have the ability to remove emotional blockages, clear negative thoughts, ease and/or eliminate pain, and provide a greatly enhanced quality of life?
The practice of meditation actually changes the brain over time – as seen on fMRI and EEGs. Among the amazing variety of neurological benefits are changes in grey matter volume to reduced activity in the “me” centers of the brain to enhanced connectivity between brain regions. Meditation, along with mindfulness, also has psychological effects, including relief of subjective levels of anxiety and depression, improved attention, concentration, and overall sense of well-being.
Presented by Jennifer Nance, M.Ed., Vice President, Kemper House. Jennifer has a Master’s Degree in Health and Wellness Education. She is an ICBCH Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and an AIHCP Certified Level 2 EFT Practitioner.