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What is Koru Mindfulness?
Koru Mindfulness is a 4-week course where participants learn mindfulness and meditation skills. Through this curriculum taught by certified Koru Mindfulness instructors, you may experience less stress, better sleep, increased focues and less self-judgement. Attendance at all four sessions is required. Classes are limited to 12 students and registration is on a first-come, first served basis. Once you register, expect an email one or two days before class begins with further instructions and room number.
SPRING 2021 KORU MINDFULNESS CLASS SCHEDULE
Hybrid Class - held outdoors near the library (you will receive a map once you register). Please bring your own towel or mat to sit on. Masks and social distancing are required. In case of bad weather, class will be held via Zoom. Once you register, expect an email one or two days before class begins with further instructions on how to join the Zoom room.
Mondays Starting 03/29/2021 [Register]
Teacher: Elisabeth Cavallaro | Location: Outdoors When Possible, on Zoom When Not
Monday March 29 3pm - 4:15pm
Monday April 5 3pm - 4:15pm
Monday April 12 3pm - 4:15pm
Monday April 19 3pm - 4:15pm
Required Reading for All Classes: The Mindful Twenty-Something: Life Skills to Handle Stress…and Everything Else by Holly B. Rogers (available for free via course reserve or online in the App State library).
Koru 2.0 Class
Anyone who has completed a Koru class is invited to attend a Koru 2.0 class. Koru 2.0 is the next level of Koru. You will learn a few more meditation skills and deepen your practice in community with other students, faculty and staff looking to make meditation a larger part of their lives. Registration for Koru 2.0 is by invite only. All students, faculty and staff who have completed a Koru class while at App State will receive an email with the registration link, so make sure you are checking your email. If you completed Koru at another institution, or did not receive an invite when you believe you should have, please email Elisabeth Cavallaro (firstname.lastname@example.org) with when you completed Koru, where you completed it (if not at App State) and the name of your instructor (if you have trouble remembering, send the information you can remember). Details for the Spring 2021 Koru 2.0 session are below:
Go At Your Own Pace Meditation Classes
No time to take a full Koru class? Try out one of our 4 week Go At Your Own Pace classes. There are no scheduled meetings, and all content can be viewed on your own time. There is a one-time $3.99 fee to use the Koru app for these Go At Your Own Pace classes.
Register by April 1 at 8am