DANBURY, Conn. -- The Danbury Public Library will host a series of free “Mindfulness Meditation” sessions starting Tuesday.
The weekly programs will be conducted by the group Mindful Spirit from 5:30-6:30 p.m. every Tuesday through Dec. 1 at the library, 170 Main St.
Participants will learn and do various practices of mindfulness meditation that they can do on your own, along with practical tips and exercises to bring mindfulness into their daily life and establishing a regular practice of meditation with the support of the group, according to a pres release. People who practice mindfulness regularly experience a range of emotional, mental, physical and behavioral benefits, like reduced stress, improved focus and memory, better coping with negative emotions and chronic pain, shedding bad habits, living healthier and greater inner peace, balance and happiness, according to a pres release.
No registration is needed.
Mindful Spirit is a community education organization based in Danbury dedicated to sharing the gift of mindful living with all, Mindful Spirit. Started in 2011, the company is a joint effort of the husband-and-wife team Andy Lee and Alisha Aum. They offer classes and stress-reduction programs across Fairfield and Westchester counties.
For more information, contact Darlene Garrison at 203-797-4513 or Aum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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