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      September 10, 2019

      Tuesday   7:00 PM

      7 North Worthen Street
      Wenatchee, Washington

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      Pybus University: Reducing Stress and Finding Resiliency with Mindfulness & Self-Compassion

      We all want to reduce stress and meet the challenges of life more successfully. Yet when things are difficult we often worry more, get overwhelmed or become self-critical and judgmental, all of which leads to more stress, and all of which is very common and normal.  But it doesn’t have to be this way and Mindfulness and Self-Compassion can help.  Mindfulness & Self-Compassion offer simple tools that reduce stress and increase resiliency. They are backed by decades of research and studies showing that Mindfulness and Self-Compassion can increase resiliency, reduce worry, increase healthy choices, help us deal with life’s stresses more easily, reduce depression and negative moods, help us live with chronic pain more easily, improve the quality of our relationships, and help us live more fulfilling and satisfying lives.  Research also shows these tools can be learned. This interactive program on Tuesday, September 10 from 7pm until 8:15pm defines Mindfulness and Self-Compassion and explains some of the research behind them. You will learn a little about where stress comes form, and mostly, you will learn some practical tools for immediate use, and some additional resources to use and build on. For more info on our local community classes, please visit https://www.mindfulnessnorthwest.com/wenatchee  The instructor, Oori Silberstein, teaches practical, evidence-based skills that reduce stress and burn out, and increase emotional resiliency.  He works with individuals and groups in schools, hospitals, businesses, non-profit organizations and community classes.  He is trained in Somatic Trauma Resiliency, Spiritual Care and Grief Support, and his experience includes work at Harborview Medical Center, Room One, King County & Hospice.  Oori trained as a Mindfulness and Self-Compassion teacher through University San Diego Center for Self-Compassion and through Mindfulness Northwest. 

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