Feeling as though you are going through life on autopilot? Continuing to habitually respond to life in a manner that is not serving you? Come educate yourself on ways to slow down the brain and the body so that you can fully experience the life you are meant to live. Learn how to drop into the present moment and go beyond the thinking mind. Experience your breath, your body and your interactions exactly as they are. Mindfulness and meditation provide the applicable coping skills to improve your ability to handle the stress in your life. This practice allows for an awareness around thoughts that can then be shifted to support your relationships, your career and your interests. Come learn how to change your experience by changing your focus.
Please note: The ticket price includes one glass of wine for those 21+, or a non-alcoholic beverage for those under 21. Drinks and mingling will take place from 6:00pm-6:30pm and the class itself will run from 6:30pm-7:30pm.
This class will take place at Living Roots Wine & Co., located at 1255 University Ave, Rochester NY 14607.
About the teacher:
Amy O’Sullivan is Certified in Applied Positive Psychology through the New York Open Center, a certification administered and based off of The University of Pennsylvania’s Master’s Program in Applied Positive Psychology. She received her Bachelors of Science degree with a double major in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Amy has a unique understanding and experience practicing, studying and teaching mindfulness and meditation techniques. She has studied multiple kinds of mediation practices including mantra based kundalini meditation, loving-kindness meditation, and body-scanning mediation. As a yoga instructor, Amy teaches movement derived from a mindfulness approach. Amy was a scholarship athlete and captain for the University of Maryland Women’s nationally ranked soccer team. For the past four years, She has modeled in New York and overseas on a very competitive level. The two experiences have informed her interest in the study of Positive Psychology, specifically mindfulness, and the demand for mindset shifts in all arenas of life. Amy loves to share her passion for Positive Psychology, meditation, and the impact the two have had on her personal journey.
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