Health & wellness, General, Active living

Guided meditation with RAWCC at the MB Zen Den

Join the Recovery and Wellness Community Centre (RAWCC) and guide Trevor Hall for a calming guided meditation

DATE & TIME
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
5 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Other dates

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

SPEAKER(S)

Trevor Hall

COST

This event is free

WHERE

John Molson Building
1450 Guy
Room 5.285 Zen Den

WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE

Yes

Meditators will be guided through a soothing and awareness-driven body scan (also known as Yoga Nidra) with the intention of connecting to all aspects of their bodies; harmonizing mind, body, and soul. Participants will be guided to use breath, visualization, and focus techniques to encourage relaxation and increased awareness of the present moment. Meditators will then be given the opportunity to visualize a serene, safe space within their minds; allowing for the possibility to connect with different emotions, thoughts, or sensations that may emerge through this process.

This event is open to all types of meditators whether you are more experienced or have never meditated before. This space will be completely confidential, with honour and respect for all participants.

Please note that mediation can bring up powerful physical and mental experiences that may not always be pleasant, in the case that the experience becomes overwhelming participants are free to leave the space no questions asked. There is also space to share moments of your experience with the group or guide once the meditation has been completed.

illustration of a yoga mat, meditation cushions, and some house plants

The Recovery and Wellness Community Centre (also known as the RAWCC) is a low-barrier, no judgment resource for all Concordia students who are in recovery and/or have a lived experience of addiction. The RAWCC offers peer-led discussion and support groups, as well as a variety of workshops and social events, both in-person at the SGW campus and virtually over Zoom.

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