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Sunday January 24th @ 10:30am

Most of us aren't really looking for enlightenment right now. Maybe just a different way of getting through the day. Less stress. Better focus. A little more self-compassion. And maybe some for the people around us too.

Mindfulness can help cultivate all these qualities, and this workshop gets down to the real science of how a mindfulness practice can navigate tough times with better steering. Along the way, you'll discover some surprises in the research behind stress, as well as tools and techniques backed by data that promote our ability to not only bounce back better, but continue to adapt and thrive through the challenging road ahead.

Sam Chase designs and delivers programs in mindfulness and resilience for organizations and individuals that serve in high-stress environments. He studied Economics at Vanderbilt, and was invited to compete for the Rhodes and Marshall scholarships. Upon winning, he declined the award and left the field to pursue the work he continues today — exploring the science of the human mind and the factors of a flourishing life. He brings that study back to everyday people through his work with world leaders at the United Nations headquarters, the service men and women of the National Guard, hundreds of teachers at the Department of Education, and many others. With equal footing in both the research and the real world of mindfulness, he helps people cut through the hype and get to the heart of how mindfulness works, and how to make it work for you.

Registration is required for this event at After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registration only takes a minute, and you can register at any time!

Tue, January 26 2021 13 Shevat 5781