Stress. We all have it, probably too much of it. Learning how to reduce the negative effects of stress can make a difference in your mental and physical health. There will be two free mediation workshops, to help people learn how to relieve stress, at two Pierce County Library locations in September. At these workshops, meditation expert, Ajili Hodari, will share how meditation can reduce stress-related responses, improve concentration, and enhance clarity of thought. Ajili will teach a meditation technique that can enrich a person’s life personally, professionally, and spiritually.
Georgia Lomax, Deputy Director for the Pierce County Library System, stated that the library is excited to welcome meditation expert Ajili Hodari to the Lakewood and University Place Libraries. “It’s great to offer our customers a chance to learn about various techniques and benefits of meditation, at no cost.”
“Many consider meditation to be a useful tool to help reduce and relieve unhealthy stress, and find relaxation. The free admission and convenient location of the libraries make it easy to participate, and are perfect for any adult who would like to learn more about meditation, relaxation, and its benefits.”
These classes are free to participants, and are intended for an adult audience only. The classes will last roughly an hour.
Dates, times and locations:
Saturday, September 14, 1 pm, at the Lakewood Pierce County Library: 6300 Wildaire Road S.W., Lakewood, WA .
Wednesday, September 18, 7 pm, at the University Place Library: 3609 Market Place W., Suite 100, University Place, WA .
Flyer available for download
For more information about the event, please visit: www.piercecountylibrary.org
By: Carly Calabrese, staff for Tacoma.com
Edited by Reba Winstead, editor for Tacoma.com