Want to start the new year right in 2023?
Learn to meditate and transform your life!
Taking a few minutes to focus your mind each day can reduce stress, pain, depression, and more.
You can't see or touch stress, but you can feel its effects on your mind and body. In the short term, stress quickens your heart rate and breathing and increases your blood pressure. When you're constantly under stress, your adrenal glands overproduce the hormone cortisol. Overexposure to this hormone can affect the function of your brain, immune system, and other organs. Chronic stress can contribute to headaches, anxiety, depression, heart disease, and even premature death.
Though you may not be able to eradicate the roots of stress, you can minimize its effects on your body and improve your overall quality of life. One of the easiest and most achievable stress-relieving techniques is meditation, a program in which you focus your attention inward to induce a state of deep relaxation.
The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its many health benefits.
People also use the practice to develop other beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns, and even increased pain tolerance.
Please join me for
In-Person 8 week “Learn to Meditate, Relieve Stress” course
beginning January 25th - March 15th
185 Lincoln St. Suite 300 Hingham.
- *To provide access to people of all income levels, this course is offered on a sliding scale basis. Please contact me directly to discuss pricing options. You can go to my website to sign up for the course at meditation-works.org/classes
- Please feel free to share this with anyone you know who would benefit from “Learning to Meditate.”