There’s a misconception that self-care is going to the spa or taking a vacation, but it’s much more accessible than that! Self-care isn’t an intervention or an occasional indulgence, it’s a healthier, happier, more connected way of living each day. Self-care is about making choices that support your overall wellness, and discovering what makes YOU tick. What fulfills you, physically, emotionally, and spiritually? What honors your needs and limitations? What would your day look like if you made self-care a part of every moment? We’ll create a holistic self-care plan with specific goals and practices just for you.
This is for you if you…
Feel stressed, overwhelmed, and depleted
Tend to focus more on caring for others than caring for yourself
Want to slow down to rediscover little things that make you happy
Shanza A. Isom, MSW (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an Assistant Professor and Director of Field Instruction at James Madison University. She is also a Koru Mindfulness Teacher-in-training. In addition to teaching and focusing on community engagement and partnerships, she facilitates workshops and presents for local and regional organizations and groups on the topic of self-care and mindfulness as it relates to holistic well-being. Her primary areas of interest and research include: holistic health and wellness in college students, faculty, and staff; mindfulness as a self-care strategy; mindful parenting; mindfulness practices for children; stress and well-being in people of color; student motivation, retention, and success (specifically the first generation, minority college student).
Tuesday, May 14
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