Contrary to common belief, one effective way to cope with the holiday season is to slow down and take a little time each day to cultivate and practice mindfulness. Research has shown that practicing mindfulness is associated with improvements in well-being, physical and mental health, relationship satisfaction, and focus. In addition, the practice of mindfulness has been shown to help reduce stress and associated negative emotions such as anxiety and sadness. In this special four-week series, we will practice meditation and learn mindfulness tips to manage stress so you can embrace a more enjoyable holiday season.
Audience: This series is open to people who have been treated for cancer and their caregivers.
Beth Sandweiss, MA, MSW, LPC
Sunday, November 26, 2023
6:30 pm to
Date & Time(s)
Sunday, November 26, 2023 - Sunday, December 17, 2023-
This class is taught online through Zoom, a videoconference system.
You Will Need:
- Comfortable clothing
- A computer with a high-speed Internet connection, or a tablet, such as an iPad, or a smartphone
- A webcam, speaker, and microphone. If you do not have a microphone and speaker, you can participate in the class by phone. You will receive the phone number once you register.
- Google Chrome or Firefox as your browser