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Rest & Wellbeing 3-Week Workshop Series

December 1, 2020 — December 15, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM — 3:00 PM

Audience:Staff and Faculty

In this 3-week workshop series we’ll dive into the role of rest in our wellbeing and mental health. You’ll learn all about the power of rest for not just supporting your health, but for inspiring creativity and a sense of deep and meaningful connection with yourself, others and your work.

Week 1: Exploring the power of rest (Tuesday, December 1, 2:00 – 3:00pm)

We’ll start things off by exploring the power of rest. You’ll learn about the scientific, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of rest. You’ll learn about the role of rest in your nervous system and response to stress and the role of rest in the creative cycle.

Week 2: Techniques & Tools to Bring Rest Into Your Day (Tuesday, December 8, 2:00 – 3:00pm)

In this workshop we’ll explore techniques for bringing more rest into our day. You’ll have the chance to experience a variety of tools including breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, and mindfulness exercises. We’ll focus on rest practices that can be incorporated both within and beyond the workday.

Week 3: Creating your Rest Rhythms Plan (Tuesday, December 15, 2:00 – 3:00pm)

In our last workshop, we’ll talk about how our rest needs shift with the seasons of the year and the seasons of our lives. You’ll create a personalized plan to bring more moments of rest into each and every day. You’ll be guided through exercises to help you understand your natural rhythms of energy and depletion and to understand what rest practices might best support you at this moment in time.

About the Facilitator

Meghan helps creative people find simple and effective ways to weave heart-centered wellness practices into their daily rhythms, so that they can shine brighter. She hosts a weekly podcast exploring mindful living (With Heart And Wonder), shares her deep passion for the transformative power of rest in her online program Radical Rest Rhythms, and works with a variety of companies and health organizations to provide dynamic programming on mental health and wellness. Her work is fuelled by over 10 years teaching Yoga & Meditation with a specialization in restorative yoga, the nervous system, and yoga for mental health. Meghan is deeply passionate about creating spaces that support you in connecting to your heart, and all the wisdom that lives within.


To register for this session, please fill out the form below. A link for the workshop series will be sent to you closer to the start date.

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