Mindful Movement/Yoga and Meditation Class for ADULTS
Hybrid Class (Attend either in-person or virtually via Zoom)
Mondays, 8:00 am – 9:00 am EST
beginning September 19th, 2022
This 60 minute hybrid (in-person or virtual class) incorporates 40 minutes of mindful movement/yoga followed by 20 minutes of sitting or lying down meditation, with the option to stay for an additional 15 minute silent meditation. Those attending In- Person must have proof of full vaccination for Covid 19. Space will be limited for in-person attendance.
This class is appropriate for adults who have either participated in an 8 week MBSR – Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Class or have some prior experience with meditation and yoga.
Mindful movement is a type of slow yoga and is a form of meditation found in the MBSR curriculum. It is a body awareness practice that utilizes the sensations of the body (in movement as well as in stillness) as the object of awareness to help anchor oneself to the present moment.
This class will be offered using a Zoom online video classroom. In order to Register for the class please fill out the Online Registration Form and include your name, birth-date, address and e-mail address. If you chose to attend virtually an invitation via Zoom will be sent to the email provided the week before the class begins. There will be a simple link attached to your invitation email. Once you click on it, you will be directed to the virtual classroom.
Call 231- 342-9634 for more information.
About the Instructor: Wendy Weckstein, P.T., M.Ed. is the Director of Wellness at Northern Michigan Psychiatric Services, PC. She is a Physical Therapist, Wellness Consultant, and a Certified Teacher in MBSR – Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction through Brown University’s Mindfulness Center and School of Public Health. She is also certified in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens (MBSR-T). Wendy provides health and wellness evaluations, customized wellness programming and healthy living and mindfulness classes for pre-teens, teens and young adults.