Self-Care & Mindfulness Workshops for Adult Learners

DELTA (D-E Learning & Teaching Academy) Opportunities from D-E 360°:

Self-Care & Mindfulness Workshops for Adult Learners (Winter- Spring 2019)

Facilitated by Jill Perin

Mindfulness Expert, Certified Self-Renewal Facilitator and Yoga Instructor (RYT)


Mindfulness Workshop (FREE Enrichment Workshop)

Saturday, February 2, 11 AM – 1 PM

Description:  You’ve invested the best of yourself and your resources in the holiday season. Now it is time to be intentional about taking care of yourself in 2019. February is a perfect time to align with nature’s pulse, slow down, turn inward, and recharge. Join us in this workshop as we explore the benefits of self-care and what it means to be mindful. Learn simple mindfulness practices that can support you in slowing down, soothing your nervous system and balancing your energy. Hear some of the basic science around how these practices benefit the body and brain. Participants will leave the workshop with some basic tools to support living a life with more ease and flow.

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Navigating Life With Balance – Building a Self-Care and Mindfulness Practice

10 Week-Day Sessions beginning Thursday, February 7, 2019 – Thursday, May 9, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 PM


Description:  This ten-session course is an immersive experience for adults in which we will learn an evidence-based skill set of habits that keep us working and feeling our best.  Our body’s resources all have limits.  Our energy, our attention, our willpower, our memory, and even our good mood are all finite, so in order to keep working for us, they need to be recharged regularly.  In this course, participants will learn about mindfulness, meditation, and a range of complementary movement and wellness practices to help individuals learn to just be, rather than feeling the need to push into overdrive.

This immersion will introduce the fundamentals of practicing mindfulness–the ability to purposefully direct our attention where we want it rather than where our thoughts, emotions, distractions, and our outside environment may take it.  Believe it or not, by learning to pay greater attention to the simple things that are going on in any given moment–from our breathing to the sounds in the room and the taste of our food–we’re actually able to become more attentive, calm, and present.

Each session will include guided meditation, journaling exercises and specific topics to dive deep into.  These topics will include managing stress, learning to say “no”, work/life balance, self-compassion, fearless living and much more. We will spend time learning the science of well-being: what we can learn from the research about topics ranging from the affect of stress and lack of sleep on the body to the importance of practicing gratitude.  There will be time for creativity and self-reflection to allow participants to discover which of these practices resonate with them and will support them moving forward. Participants completing the ten sessions will leave with a toolbox for carrying these new ways of being into their daily lives and integrating them into their work and family routines.

Session Dates:

  •  Session 1 – February 7
  • Session 2 – February 21
  • Session 3 – February 28
  • Session 4 – March 7
  • Session 5 – March 14
  • Session 6 – April 11
  • Session 7 – April 18
  • Session 8 – April 25
  • Session 9  – May 2
  • Session 10 – May 9

Questions? Email or call 201-227-3144