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Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 5:00pm to 6:00pmVirtual Event
Mindfulness Practices for BIPOC and Allies
Did you know that mindfulness practices such as breathwork, meditation and yoga are actually trauma-informed practices because they guide you to be present, allowing the body’s stored emotions to arise, be acknowledged and then to move on? During this session we will pay attention to our breath, listen to our bodies and allow what is present to begin to be healed. Join mental health promotion program director Catherine Thrasher-Carroll for this time of healing our own trauma and reclaiming joy. Resources for ongoing mindfulness practice will be shared as well. This self-care event is the third part of a four part Tatkon Center series designed to help you settle in and discover personal and campus resources.