Would you like to learn simple strategies for dealing with the stresses of university life? Would you like to spend your lunch hour in the peaceful calm of the Wits Art Museum, before you launch into your busy day?
Mindfulness is developed through simple techniques that help you bring awareness to the present moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future. It helps develop emotional balance and provides insight into our habitual patterns. It brings clarity of mind and an open heart, in order to inform wise action. These skills are enormously helpful in dealing with the demands of modern life.
The workshops will be led by Dr Lucy Draper-Clarke, an educator, writer and researcher-practitioner. She has a doctorate in mindfulness and teacher education and currently teaches at Drama for Life.
This is a free event, however booking is advised through Lois.Anguria@wits.ac.za as space is limited.