Days of Mindfulness
Dates: Sun, May 5, 2019 from 10 am – 3 pm
Location: Estonian House (on Broadview, just north of the Danforth)
Facilitators: Shawna Watson & Triti Namiranian
Parking is FREE.
Register and more Info: HERE
This is through Mindfulness Everyday in partnership with Discover Mindfulness.
The event is open to everyone interested in bringing mindfulness to education – educators, parents, professionals, students and others. Come experience the power of community while practicing mindfulness together.
Spending a day in mindfulness is a great way to deepen your practice and show yourself kindness and compassion. The day will be in silence and will move through various mindful activities, allowing you to see how you can integrate mindfulness into your life, and to enjoy the calm, joy, and connection of a longer period of practice.
We’ll have: Guided sitting meditation / Body scan / Mindful movement / Mindful eating /Mindful walking / An opportunity to share your practice and ask questions at the end of the day.
Please wear comfortable clothes, bring a sweater, perhaps a blanket or shawl, yoga mat, water, mindful lunch, and anything else you might need to take care of yourself.
About the Facilitators:
Shawna Watson, BA, B.Ed: A long-time volunteer with community mindfulness groups, Shawna is on the Discover Mindfulness Steering Committee where she coordinates and facilitates Days of Mindfulness for educators. She is a facilitator in the mindfulness-based smartEducation™ (Stress Management and Resiliency Techniques) program for educators with Mindfulness Everyday. A Toronto District School Board teacher for 16 years she also teaches Learning to Breathe (a mindfulness curriculum for adolescents) to grade 7 and 8 students at her school and is certified in MBSR-T through the Stressed Teens curriculum with Gina Biegel.
Triti Namiranian BA, B.Ed., RYT 200: Triti is a mindfulness and yoga practitioner, and she has been an educator for 11 years with the TDSB. She came to know Discover Mindfulness and the days of mindfulness a few years ago and loved what the day had to offer so now she is member of the Discover Mindfulness Steering Committee where she helps facilitate these days, and is also in the process of becoming a facilitator for smartEducation™ (Stress Management and Resiliency Techniques). Most recently, Triti has completed her yoga teacher training, and has had the privilege to teach mindfulness and yoga to her elementary school students.
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