Mindfulness and Meditation
A Weekly Workshop for De-Stressing and Creative Thinking
Offered especially for Zarb graduate and undergraduate students, here is an effective way to de-stress, relax, and improve thinking. Mindfulness has been introduced in a number of companies including Google, Apple, General Mills and Proctor & Gamble as research shows that it leads to better decision-making. This weekly one-hour workshop includes hands-on exercises and brief explanations of the history and philosophy of meditation. Participants will discover easy techniques for achieving calm and resilience under pressure, and practical methods for re-shaping the brain to achieve effective stress response and enhanced creativity. Open to all, faculty and staff are welcome too!
There is no cost but please reserve a seat beforehand. While you are encouraged to attend weekly, please do feel free to attend any of the sessions.
The initial facilitators will be Joshua Greene (
) and Charles Smith (
), each with many years of experience teaching meditation and mindfulness related subjects.
Tuesday April 9 Joshua Greene and Charles Smith
Tuesday, April 23 Charles Smith
Wednesday, May 1 Joshua Greene
Tuesday, May 7 Charles Smith
Wednesday, May 15 Joshua Greene
Time: 5:00—6:00 PM
If your schedule requires you to come late or leave early it is fine, please just enter and leave quietly.
Location: 413/415 Exchange Rooms, 4th Floor, new Business School Building
Major (Student) or Department (Faculty or Staff)
Attending (Choose All or as many of the individual sessions as you would like)
Tuesday April 9
Tuesday, April 23
Wednesday, May 1
Tuesday, May 7
Wednesday, May 15
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