SCNetwork Presents: Networking Now - Your Brain on Meditation - A Toronto Region Webinar: Wednesday, November 25, 2020 0:00 Pm to 1:00 Pm (EST)

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Networking Now - Your Brain on Meditation 
Toronto Region Webinar

Wednesday, November 25, 2020
12:00 Pm to 01:00 Pm (EST)

Summary

In recent times, the practice of Mindfulness has become more common than ever before. 

With the ability to increase human potential, productivity, and creativity, all while reducing stress - it is no wonder many workplaces have adapted and integrated consistent offerings for their employees. 


Join us on Nov. 25,  12 – 1pm, for a very special Networking Now with Aliana Comeau, Mindfulness Consultant & Certified Meditation Instructor.

Your Brain On Meditation - How Mindfulness Affects Productivity in the Workplace


With Aliana, we will experience the neuroscience behind Mindfulness & gain a deeper understanding of its effects on our brain. 

Come, give your mind it’s version of a long, slow, deep breath.

During this fun & meditative exercise, you will walk away *ever so lightly* with:

  • a basic understanding on how mindfulness affects the brain;
  • how to implement accessible mindfulness throughout the workday; and
  • practical uses & benefits. 

Speaker

Aliana Comeau 

With a strong focus on everyday Mindfulness, Aliana's passion lies in helping everyday people find their way to a happier, healthier, and more conscious lifestyle using movement, meditation, and self-discovery practices.

Having studied Mindfulness at the University of Toronto, Aliana’s practice is strongly rooted in sustainability. She continues to develop programs, classes, and meditations to suit a variety of experience levels, needs, interests, and financial accessibility. Find out more about Aliana!

Registration

Members of the Strategic Capability Network may attend this event at no cost, we just ask that you register.

Non-Members and Member Guests are charged a fee of $75.00 + HST per registration. Should the non-member or guest subsequently decide to join, the non-member registration fee can be deducted from the membership dues.