Sitting Meditation and Walking Meditation
In this session we will explore the different sense doors that can be used during meditation. A deeper look at the science behind stress management is reviewed followed by the chance to learn sitting meditation and walking meditation. Seating options and props for assisting meditation will be shared. There will be time to ask questions and learn more about the experience through sharing and dialogue.
Tuesday, October 26 12 – 1 PM
Christine is the Department Head for Child, Youth and Family Studies at UFV and has been using different forms of mindfulness and meditation in a career that spans over 4 decades as a psychiatric nurse, child and youth care counsellor, child life specialist and now as an associate professor teaching stress reduction to university students. Meditation offers a way to navigate the experience of stress, anxiety, pain and difficult moments in life. Building a practice of mindful meditation can help us be more resilient and find a greater sense of contentment in our lives, no matter how challenging it may seem. If you are interested in learning more about meditation, this series will offer the basics to explore a practice that can contribute to your overall health and wellbeing.
Please note that this event is for UFV employee fitness challenge participants only. To register for this event, please e-mail Kathryn.Wingerak@ufv.ca to receive the Zoom link.