It’s nearing the end of the semester, time for finals, exams and other stressful things. Why not stop in and join the DSU Accessibility Collective for some Guided Meditation to help you through this time.

Date: Wednesday December 1st
Time: 2:30-3:30pm
Location – New West Aboriginal Gathering Place (room S4650)
To sign up for this event, register through the link here!
Spots are limited, and masks and vaccine passports are required!

During this 1 hour workshop we will explore the power our breath and learn how to use it to shift us from states of stress and anxiety to feelings of calm and high performance. We will do an overview of the science of meditation and finish with a guided meditation + some tools to help you integrate a daily practice

About the facilitator:
Tess Sloane is a firm believer in the philosophy of transformation, with concrete examples throughout her 15+ years in the HR industry. She has catalyzed purpose-led paths for people and worked for global brands renown for their transformative People Practices and HR strategies.
Using her technical background and instinct as a true north star, her approach blends eastern and western philosophies, finding harmony between tried and true tactics and progressive, forward thinking innovation.
With a passion for neuroanatomy and meditation she is able to harness the intersection of the brain + mind body connection to produce life changing results.
Tess is a certified Meditation teacher, a regular speaker at Universities, Women Events and HR Conferences.