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The Student Care Network and the online wellness platform Headspace will offer a webinar, “An Introduction to Approaching Change and Anxiety with Mindfulness,” on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 5:30 to 6 p.m. The webinar is open to all undergraduate, graduate and professional students at Vanderbilt.
In this 30-minute webinar, Ban Ishii, engagement manager at Headspace, will discuss specific ways meditation and mindfulness training can help you better handle change and the anxious feelings that may accompany it. The webinar will explore the techniques of body scan and noting as well as provide a curated selection of exercises to help guide you along your journey.
Watch a video message from Headspace’s Ban Ishii. >>
The SCN invites you to sign up for the webinar using this Zoom registration link. Log in to the webinar from your own computer, or join us at the Central Library for an in-person event streaming in the Vanderbilt Authors Room (Room 418A). Snacks will be provided. If you plan to join the Central Library streaming event, please RSVP on the AnchorLink event page.
Headspace is an award-winning research-backed digital tool for mindful living with more than 1,200 hours of themed meditations, sleep content, mindful movement exercises and focus music. With 75-plus research collaborations and 26 published studies, Headspace has been shown to reduce stress, improve focus and increase resilience and happiness.
Vanderbilt has arranged for students to have access to Headspace for free. Enroll here and discover the benefits of mindfulness today.