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Mind, Body, Spirit Moms (series)
Please join Jaclyn Long, MFT, for a free 7-week program designed to promote the health and well-being of moms with kids of any age. Moms come together to nurture their minds, hearts and bodies in a supportive community through the practice of mindfulness meditation, gentle yoga, authentic sharing and community building exercises.
Co-sponsored by HIP and the WorkLife Office. BeWell Berry available for eligible employees.
Dates: Wednesdays, July 9–August 20
Location: Escondido Village Center (AKA Rainbow Nursery School), Common room, 140 Comstock Circle. (see campus map»)
NOTE: Registration is now full.
Beautiful Living from the Inside Out
Our relationship to our space is a powerful, often neglected aspect of being human. When we are in an unconscious relationship with our space, our homes may mirror things that no longer serve us: outdated versions of ourselves, unhealthy priorities, stuck-ness, and unhappiness. Creating a conscious relationship with the space around us opens a whole new world of nurturing support in our lives. Change your space. Change your life. Harness the power of creating a conscious relationship with your home.
In this experiential workshop you will:
Explore your space as a metaphor for your inner world.
Understand how your space impacts your life and identify any core blocks.
Learn 5 keys to creating a home that truly supports you.
About the Speaker: Rebecca McLoughlin is an interior coach who helps clients get their home in alignment with who they are, so their space can support not only where they are now, but also where they are going next. www.RebeccaMcLoughlin.com
Free and open to all faculty, staff, postdocs and retirees of Stanford University, LPCH and Stanford Hospital and clinics; eligible dependents may also attend. “Be Well Berries” available for eligible employees.Workshop co-sponsored by Stanford’s WorkLife Office and Faculty Staff Help Center.
Leading Effective Meetings
Surveys show that the average American worker spends 5.5 hours a week in meetings, and that 71% of meetings are unproductive! Is the solution to eliminate meetings? Not necessarily. A better solution is to run effective meetings!
This workshop will teach you to run meetings that are on-task, on-time and focused on actionable outcomes. You'll learn facilitation skills to run meetings that are efficient and inclusive, and to manage typical "derailers" with control and respect. Through games, exercises and practice, this workshop sets you up for success in leading your very next meeting.