Published on: November 25, 2016
by Women’s Brain health Initiative:
Stay calm, be smarter.
Yoga’s breathing and meditative exercises aim at calming the mind and body and keep distracting thoughts away while you focus on your body, posture or breath. These processes translate beyond yoga practice when you try to perform mental tasks or day-to-day activities, allowing you to focus mental resources, process information quickly, more accurately and also learn, hold and update pieces of information more effectively.
Geared for those under 40, this millennial event, thanks to Founding Partner RBC, focuses on stress reduction techniques necessary to maintain brain health.
Vitina Blumenthal, Founder of WanderfulSoul
Julia Hamer, MSc Candidate, Institute of Medical Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
With Emcee Shannon Gaudet, Associate at Lerners, LLP
Enjoy cocktails and light refreshments.
Tuesday December 6 | Verity 111d Queen St. E. | 6:30-8:30 pm
For more, visit https://millennialminds_stress.eventbrite.ca
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