PAULA REARDON- WEBSTER
Paula has a passion for helping people, both individuals and organizations.
"I particularly love to give people tools to access resilience, increase creativity, and develop a deeper sense of well-being."
How? She teaches them how to cultivate mindful awareness, compassion-based leadership skills, and mind-body practices.
During her twenty-five years in healthcare financial management and raising a family, and was a family, and (to keep her sanity) she meditated sporadically. As the kids grew, the intensity of adolescence created a new level of stress, and she firmly embraced regular mindfulness practice. The impact was PROFOUND; while situations may not have changed, the ease with which she moved through them did.
Through regular practice she was inspired to earn a M.A. in Mindfulness Studies at Lesley University. Also she obtained certification as an Evidence-Based Qigong (EBQ) Instructor (Center for Taiji & Qigong Studies), and a 200-hour Registered Yoga Therapist (RYT200).
Fall Session 2017
Starting September 19th
Taught by Paula Reardon-Webster, Evidence Based Qigong Instructor
Qigong/Taiji-makes the mind and spirit tranquil, improves performance in sports, and cultivates health, well-being, and longevity-SO many benefits to Qigong…come try it out!
Qigong is an integration of physical postures, breathing techniques, and focused intentions..as well as movement; we will practice Tai Chi forms.
Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical, or spiritual, and all styles involve a posture, (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus. Some practices increase the Qi; others circulate it, use it to cleanse and heal the body, store it, or emit Qi to help heal others....
TUESDAY MORNINGS: 8:00-9:00a.m.. $100 for 6 weeks OR $20 per class.
Contact Paula at “email@example.com
OR JUST SHOW UP!!!!
MONTHLY MINDFUL MONDAYS
MONTHLY MINDFUL MONDAYS AN OFFERING
RIDING THE WAVES: BUILDING RESILIENCE DURING THE STORM
With Paula Webster
You are not alone if you are looking for new ways to cope with turbulent times. If you have never meditated before or used to or do all the time, come to this monthly group. Steadying the mind helps us not get caught up in the “ruckus” -the bombardment of ideas & stimulus. Cultivating self-compassion and kindness for others is available to us all. It’s is good for our central nervous system and our spirit.
June 5th 5:45-6:45 p.m. Center at Westwoods
To Register or for more information contact Paula firstname.lastname@example.org
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