Meditation instructor Lori Digou-Westbury has begun offering meditation classes for younger participants as a means of getting kids more familiar with their mind and body. Running for four weeks at a time the sessions focus on games and visualization techniques in order to get participants more involved in the process.
Many young adults find themselves looking for ways to alleviate stress associated with school and work, so the meditation classes offered by Digou-Westbury act as a way for them to learn about coping skills early on. This will help them to understand their feelings better and be more equipped to deal with stress and anxiety down the road. The program is focused on a number of different activities in order to merge fun with wellness.
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Lori Digou-Westbury Offers Meditation Classes for Younger Participants
- By: Michael HemsworthFeb 6, 2017