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Happy Mind, Happy Holidays

The Norbertine Retreat Center
5825 Coors Blvd. SW
December 09, 2017 - 10:00 AM

Sat. Dec. 9, 10am – 3pm at the beautiful Norbertine Retreat Space

THIS RETREAT IS NOW FULL.
PLEASE EMAIL MICHELLE@THEMINDFULCENTER.COM TO PLACE YOUR NAME
ON THE WAIT LIST.

What’s the real source of a happy mind?  How do we cultivate it, even when we’re feeling busy, overwhelmed, and even mentally and physically exhausted?  And then how do we share that mind with others?

Important questions to ask as we move into the holiday season…

Join Mindful Center director Michelle DuVal as she helps prep us for a happy holiday season with teachings on how to use meditation and mindfulness to increase joy and happiness…for ourselves and those around us.  With special guest Jose Maresma, who will share with us some of his best ‘movement-based mood hacks’ and the science behind them…for when you just need to turn things around in a hurry. :)

You will leave feeling refreshed and ready to create a truly happy holiday season…despite our external conditions.

IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL LEARN:

  • How to more skillfully use your mind to not only create happiness for yourself…but for others too
  • How to get closer to what you’re actually feeling at any given moment for greater emotional intelligence
  • How to bring a sense of joyfulness to your practice….and your holiday season
  • How to effectively share joy and happiness with others

Michelle DuVal, MA

Retreat leader Michelle DuVal, MA, is the director and lead instructor of The Mindful Center and has devoted her life to sharing meditative practices that can truly lead to greater health and well being. For this retreat she will share practices not widely discussed within the scope of her Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programs.

Jose Maresma

Jose has been a practicing exercise physiologist for over 25 years and is a teacher at The Mindful Center. Over his career, Jose has worked with a varied population, from Olympians and professional athletes to children, educators and Federal Law Enforcement.  His focus is now on the integration of mindfulness for improving health, reducing stress, and increasing resiliency at work and home.


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