Events

2024 Spring Mindfulness Sessions

Event Details:  Thursdays from 1 pm to 1:50 pm

The Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health warmly welcomes Harvard Chan students, staff, and faculty to come together for an afternoon mindfulness practice every Thursday from 1 p.m. – 1:50 p.m. beginning January 11th, 2024.

The drop-in mindfulness sessions include sitting and walking meditations, learning about mindfulness, and practicing mindfulness to enhance our energy of ease and rest.

The practice will start at 1 p.m. and aim to end at 1:50 p.m., however, you are permitted to come and go at any time.

Please see the schedule below:

Thursday, January 11th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, January 18th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, January 25th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, February 1st – Department of Nutrition, Room 375
Thursday, February 8thNutrition Library, Room 317
Thursday, February 15thDepartment of Nutrition, Room 375
Thursday, February 22nd – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, February 29thDepartment of Nutrition, Room 375
Thursday, March 7thNutrition Library, Room 317
Thursday, March 14th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, March 21st – Department of Nutrition, Room 375
Thursday, March 28th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, April 4th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, April 11th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, April 18th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, April 25th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, May 2nd – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, May 9th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, May 16th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, May 23rd – Commencement – No Session
Thursday, May 30th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, June 6th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, June 13th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, June 20th – Kresge, Room 110
Thursday, June 27th – Kresge, Room 110

 

Mindfulness and mindful living require no special equipment. It can be done anytime, anywhere. And if you fall away from the practice for a stretch, it is easy to get back into it. A few deep breaths can help you reset and refocus. We hope you can join us. 

Questions? Send us an email at mindfulpublichealth@hsph.harvard.edu

With deep gratitude,
The Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health 

 

*Please note, at this time, these sessions are only available for Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health students, staff, and faculty. This schedule is subject to change. 

As the Center develops, we will actively engage with the public to share our findings, providing resources to help individuals of every background practice mindfulness in their daily lives, including mindful eating, to protect both their health and the health of the planet.

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