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Mindfulness is the art of being present. 

According to Jon Kabat-Zinn, the founder of the mindfulness-based stress reduction program, being mindful is “paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” Through mindfulness, you are able to be aware of where you are and what you are doing and not be overly reactive or overwhelmed by what is going on around us.  All too often we get caught up in the daily stress of life, making you less productive, less successful, and ultimately less happy.   

Mindful Moments - Drop in & Relax

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Every Wednesday, Health Initiatives is hosting Mindful Moments: Drop In & Relax. Drop in to relax and de-stress with short guided mindfulness exercises and coloring! Join this relaxation space to learn and practice simple mindfulness techniques and stress management skills that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine.

Dates: Every Wednesday, May 15 - July 26 3:30 - 4:30 pm. 

Location: Student Center Juniper Room

Student Mindfulness Book Club

Join fellow students in reading and discussing the book The Mindful Twenty Something: Life Skills to Handle Stress…and Everything Else, while also learning simple mindfulness exercises that you can easily incorporate into your daily routine.
Session 1 – led by Sarah Morales
  • Tuesdays from 10am – 11am
  • Runs February 5 – 26
  • Student Center Crescent Room
Session 2 – led by Jocelyn Resnick
  • Tuesdays from 10am – 11am
  • Runs March 12 – April 9 (exclude Spring Break)
  • Student Center Crescent Room
Registration is required. Those registered will receive a copy of the book and light breakfast ate each meeting. 
For additional questions, please contact Jocelyn Resnick.


Koru Mindfulness 4 Week Class

Mindfulness is a way to help bring oneself into the present moment in an open, judgment-free way. This four-session course will teach students mindfulness meditation skills that will help them greet the stress, anxiety, and pain in their lives with balance and clarity and ultimately live life more effectively. The benefits of mindfulness include improved mood, reduced stress and worry, and improved focus and concentration.

Event details:

When: Tuesdays from 5 pm -6:15 pm, February 12 – March 5

Where: Student Center, Rm. 301

Taught By: Peter Hauge, Psy.D

To Register: https://koru.site/PHA1654

Note:  This Koru class is for Georgia Tech graduate students only