(703) 729-5100 Sunday Morning Worship @ 10AM

Well-Being

Jun2

Mindful Relationships Workshop


2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Details

Mindful Relationships Workshop

Sunday June 2, 2 - 4pm
@ Crossroads UMC

“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” -Bryant McGill

This workshop is designed to strengthen mindful self-awareness and communication skills in relationships with others in the evidenced-based tradition of MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction-(U Mass Medical Center)

Imagine Well Being creates a welcoming, fun and relaxed atmosphere for those new to meditation and mindfulness. Experienced practitioners will benefit from the practice and link to mindful relationships.

Please dress comfortably and bring a small notebook if you would like to take notes.

Our workshop will include:

An overview and experience of mindfulness meditation practice for daily living

Introduction to mindfulness meditation basic practices

Guided experiences to cultivate the journey inward and together.

A primer on mindfulness, conflict and safe conversations

The integration and practice of mindful conversations throughout the workshop

You will leave with skills and resources to take next steps to growth in daily practice to transform our lives and relationships one person and community at a time.

Bob Lawrence is a seasoned mindfulness meditation practitioner who has recently taught a number of mindfulness stress reduction classes that introduce mindfulness and demonstrate the benefits of regular meditation practice. Bob has completed the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course (University of Massachusetts Medical Center-Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn) and integrates mindfulness into his commute, profession and relationships. Bob very much enjoys sharing his experience with the "miracle of mindfulness" and showing the positive influence that learning these skills can have on all of our lives.

 

Registration for Mindfulness Classes

Due to weather, all afternoon activities at Crossroads UMC

are canceled on Sunday, March 3.