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Mindfulness Mediation with Dr. Katie Hirst, MD. Learn mindfulness meditation and how to set up your own daily practice.
Humans are built to have wandering, busy minds–this unique quality has helped us succeed as a
species in many areas of life. That same busy-ness, however, can keep us from appreciating the
smaller moments of daily life and make it hard to break out of autopilot.
Each class utilizes 2-3 short practices (10mins in first class, 30 mins by class 8), discussion of in-class
and at-home experiences, and lessons about anxiety and emotions based on psychological theory to
help the student identify autopilot patterns and develop a personalized meditation practice.