【Mindfulness-based Stress Management Workshop】
Arranged by Student Affairs Committee of CBMB and the Counseling Center
Stress can be inevitable and used as a motive force while dealing with difficult work situations. However if one is exposed to it over a long period of time, stress levels increase and this can affect health negatively.
Stress can produce the following symptoms: Low energy; Headaches; Upset stomach, including diarrhea, constipation, and nausea; Aches, pains, and tense muscles; Chest pain and rapid heartbeat; Insomnia; Frequent colds and infections; Loss of sexual desire and/or ability.
Beyond these physical symptoms, stress can also have a big impact on your emotions and general mood.
One way to cope with stress is through mindfulness practice course that teaches how to use Mindfulness in daily life. You get to practice Mindfulness by basic guided Mindfulness exercises which are followed by group discussions.
These science-based exercises will help you to become aware and be present in the moment, and this may relate to our thoughts, feelings, perceptions and impulses in a completely different way, cultivate a sense of inner peace throughout your daily life.
Venue: R209, IBC, AS
Please submit the Google survey if you would like to join the workshop.
Participants will receive an email if registered successfully. The participants are based on the results of the survey.
Deadline for Registration: 2023/06/04
*Lunch are provided for people who registered and sign in on time.
*Registration will be closed if no vacancy.