Wellness Programs

This popular series is back with additional dates and times! Starting on September 11th, we will continue offering programs to help you relax, restore, and recalibrate. Make this a fall of self care with informative and experiential programs covering stress management, medical cannabis, sound meditation, and more. Sign up for one or all. Click on the name of the program to register.

Evening Programs, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

September 11: Sound Healing & Tibetan Singing Bowls
Explore the ancient, restorative potential of Tibetan singing bowls with Michelle Clifton. Note: Due to room size, all participants will be seated.

September 18: Dealing with Difficult People
Learn effective ways to understand and respond to the difficult people and situations in your lives with presenter Dr. Mimi Leibman.

October 2: Relax with Reiki
Join Andrea Deierlein for a conversation about Reiki, a natural healing practice from Japan that brings balance to body, mind, and spirit.

October 22: Medical Cannabis 101
Dr. Stephen Dahmer gives an overview of medical uses of cannabis today and into the future.

November 6: Posture & Equanimity
Nancy Kardon will help you find movement ease and balance with postural alignment. Explore how to sit tall and stand—and quiet your mind.

November 13: Mindfulness in the Digital Age
Dan Cayer will teach a three-step process for being thoughtful and balanced, even while staring at a screen.

December 4: Stress Less!
Dr. Mimi Leibman will lead a discussion and practice of a number of stress management techniques.

Tuesday Mornings, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

October 1: Forgiveness: Making Peace with the Past
The ability to forgive is a sign of profound emotional strength rather than weakness. It is a process of moving on that can be learned and implemented. Guided by Dr. Mimi Leibman, discuss and practice the stages of forgiveness.

November 12: Effective Communication
Dr. Mimi Leibman will provide practical strategies to improve listening and responding skills that can lead to more satisfying relationships with others.

These programs complement our ongoing, Lunchtime Meditation @ the Library (Wednesdays, 12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.).

Registration is required for all except the weekly Lunchtime Meditation. To register, visit our online calendar or call the Hub Desk at (914) 422-1480. Please be respectful of fellow program participants and arrive on time.

This series is supported by the White Plains Library Foundation and the City of White Plains.

Pick up a flyer at the Library or view a PDF here.

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