In this interactive session, professional therapist and Life Coach, Joyce Bunton offers the chance to learn firsthand about our mind and body connection. She also reveals that it’s never too late to change any mindset. Viewers can ask questions and afterwards enjoy a friendly chat.
U3A chair, Kathy O’Donnell said: “I find Joyce’s U3A meditation class so helpful, and especially in the lockdowns. It felt like we had no control in a world turned upside down. Then, after each session I’d be calm, hopeful and more focused. We are all amazingly complex beings, so being mindful of our thoughts really helps how we will interact with others. All I can say is if you’ve never tried any meditation before, why not give it a go.”
Joyce Bunton, who will speak on the healing power of meditation and tapping therapies, commented: “I believe it’s never too late to change your mind about your life and what you are using your body for. On 4 March, we will explore how we can change our experiences of life and body by changing our minds. We can discover the power and light that lies within each of us, using some basic meditation and tapping techniques.”
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