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Using Mindfulness and Meditation to Cope with Anxiety

February 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MST

Countless studies demonstrate the benefits of mindfulness and meditation. These techniques are commonly used to lower stress and manage feelings of anxiety and depression, improve sleep, and promote emotional health. The COVID-19 pandemic and all that is happening in the world has increased anxiety and depression for many because life as we know it has changed. The future feels unpredictable and out of our control. Identifying, understanding, and managing anxiety through techniques like meditation and mindfulness can help you feel more capable, empowered, and in charge of your health and feelings.

This special webinar and workshop from Native yoga instructor, Roxanne Best provides tools and techniques that are easy to use and adaptable for people dealing with the stress, anxiety and uncertainty of the world we live in today.

The workshop will take place on February 12th at 12:00 pm Mountain Time / 11:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Central.  This workshop will be delivered online utilizing the Zoom platform.  The workshop can be taken on computers and smartphones.

You can register by visiting: www.iaia.edu/cecourses

Roxanne Best (Colville) is a multi-talented and multi-disciplinary entrepreneur. Roxanne is a photographer and operates Roxtography in Omak, WA. She specializes in lifestyle portraits, special events, and business imagery. She is also a yoga instructor, culinary artist, storyteller, and small business consultant. She can be found at roxtography.com.

This workshop is sponsored by the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Continuing Education program.

For more information about the Institute of American Indian Arts Continuing Education Program, please visit: iaia.edu/outreach/continuing-education/

Details

Date:
February 12
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MST
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Website:
https://www.iaia.edu/cecourses

Organizer

Mark Thompson
Phone:
916-482-5800
Email:
mark@idrsinc.org
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