Wednesday, February 2, 2022 6:00pm to 6:30pm
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26 Gibbs Street, Rochester, NY 14604http://epam.urmc.edu
Mindfulness, by definition, is the act of paying attention to the present moment with non-judgmental awareness. Mindfulness is more than sitting quietly - how can you use the tools of mindfulness to enhance your performance? to become less self-critical? have a more creative practice? or to concentrate better when practicing? In this workshop, you will learn the benefits of mindfulness practice for well-being and performance quality, how you can integrate it into your day / your practice sessions, as well as have the opportunity to practice a short guided visualization that you can add to your toolbox.
As a Health Educator, Rebecca Block oversees the strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation of health promotion programs for University of Rochester students. She also teaches the Peer Health Advocacy course (PHLT 216) and the Peer Health Internship (PHLT 394) offered through the Public Health degree program. In addition, Rebecca is the Program Director of the Mindful University Project where she works closely with the 7 schools of the University, as well as a variety of administrative departments, to integrate a culture of mindfulness across the campus.
Rebecca holds a BA in Health, Behavior and Society from the University of Rochester and an MS in Community Health Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®), a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), and pursuing her Koru Mindfulness Teacher and College Health and Wellness Professional certifications.
Wellness at Eastman is a new monthly seminar series focused on a healthly and mindful approach to a career as a performing artist. Topics will cover physical and mental health, and how artists can create a sustainable path for their future.
Join us in-person at the Eastman School in Howard Hanson Hall (4th floor main building) or online via zoom.
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