Mindfulness And Meditation For Well-being
Most of us live our lives going from task to task without recognizing the impact of our thoughts and emotions on everything we do. Our attitudes and behaviors impact our work, our interaction with clients and colleagues and our home life. In this course, you will have the opportunity to explore your own attitudes, mental habits and behaviors. You will learn hands-on practice and participate in guided meditations and interactive discussions on the topics we’ll be covering including mindfulness of emotions and feelings, working with our thoughts and beliefs and loving kindness and compassion. The course opens the door to more effectively dealing with life’s challenges, building resiliency and inviting ease into everyday life.
The course meets once a week for 1 hour for 4 weeks. We ask that you make a commitment, to the extent possible, to be at all 4 sessions.
Instructor: Ann Lapinski
Ann Lapinski has a Master's Degree in Nutrition from Cornell University and practiced in the field of nutrition and wellness for 4 years before going to law school. She has maintained her connection to nutrition and wellness as a strong avocation including writing a monthly column for the Albany County Bar Association. Ann practiced environmental law and employment law for 32 years at the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation until her retirement in 2020. Ann is currently working towards her certification as a mindfulness trainer.
- March 7, 2022
- March 28, 2022
- 12:00 PM
- 1:00 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Committee on Animals and the Law