Koru 2.0 Advanced Mindfulness

Session 1 begins Feb 7, Session 2 begins April 1
Meeting Day and Time: 
Thursdays 1:15 - 2:30 p.m. | Mondays 3:30 - 4:40 p.m.
Facilitated By: 
Rachel Honig, LCSW and Dani Strauss, BA | Mil Witt, Ph.D.
Koru 2.0 Advanced Mindfulness

A Koru (Māori for “loop”) is a spiral-shaped fern frond symbolic for balanced growth and stability. The class, entitled simply “Koru”, offers students an introduction to mindfulness and meditation skills which can be helpful for students who are feeling stressed and pressured, or who just want to get more satisfaction from their college experiences. Participants will learn a variety of mindfulness skills to practice both in and outside of this 4-week class, ideally leading to better management of emotional stress and experiencing healthier lives. College, graduate, & professional students are all welcome!

The required text for this group is Real Happiness by Sharon Salzberg. 

For questions about or to express interest in this group, use the group interest form.