Unicorn Children's Foundation Announces Mindfulness Workshop for People with Special Needs
Iris Neil, M.Ed., facilitator of the workshops shared "With the bombardment of news about disasters, pandemics, crime, and uncertainty, our minds can create an unease, elevating stress and anxiety. Mindfulness based stress reduction helps to calm the chatter in our minds which is a crucial skill in the world we live in today. Mindfulness helps to build skills needed to manage stress, build resilience and cope with changes."
The workshops will be offered weekly during the month of May. One workshop will be geared to emerging adults, aged 16 – 30, who have one or more identified special needs. These sessions will be conducted each week on Thursday from 3-4pm beginning on May 7. There is a $10 required deposit which can be refunded upon completion of the program. A second workshop will be open to the general public for a $150 "buy one, give one" fee that allows the Foundation to offer the workshop to students with special needs for free. These sessions will be conducted each week on Wednesday from 3-4pm beginning on May 6. There will be a maximum enrollment of 10 participants per workshop, so register early to secure your spot.
To register, visit https://www.unicornchildrensfoundation.org/
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