Mind-Body Tools to Manage Anxiety and Difficult Emotions

There are many circumstances over which we don’t have control. However, with understanding, awareness, and practice, we have a surprising amount of agency over our reactions and the overall experience. This three-part series of 75-minute online workshops includes mind and body-based exercises to help you better understand your experience of situations which create agitation, upset, and a sense that there is something wrong. You will learn practices that help restore a sense of acceptance and being okay in the midst of difficulty.

What to expect:

The online workshops are experiential and include both process-focused exercises to support the mind to better understand one’s experience and body-based exercises to support the nervous system. You are welcome to attend one or all three workshops.

Who these workshops are for:

Adults (18 and older) interested in learning to support their emotional wellbeing with practical mind-body tools they can practice in their daily lives.
Please note, this programming is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please seek the advice of your physician or mental health care provider if you are not sure if a class like this is indicated for you. This programming may involve observing negative feelings mindfully such as anxiety and may provoke feelings of distress. The class may not be appropriate for persons experiencing recent grief or trauma, serious mental or physical health challenges, chemical dependencies or suicidal feelings. Should you determine that the workshop is not appropriate at this time, you will receive a full refund.

Additional course resources:

After each workshop, we will provide an electronic handout with practice activities and supplemental readings and videos.


By the end of series, you will have learned and applied mind-body tools to support your emotional wellbeing.