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2021 Webinar Series: Meditation and Mindfulness

Updated: 04 January 2021

2021 Webinar Series: Meditation and Mindfulness

MyMind has developed this short series of webinars hosted by our therapists to offer help and support to people who are struggling on a daily basis with the realities of the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 has presented a range of problems in daily living which have led to increased challenges to people's mental health.


This is the first in the MyMind Spring 2021 Webinar series and provides tips and practical suggestions for Meditation and Mindfulness as Daily Practice.


MyMind therapist Szilvia Lovas gives us some useful insights into how we can best build meditation and mindfulness into our daily lives. Szilvia shows us that this is not a magical or unattainable thing but can actually provide real and practical results as we try to manage our stresses and anxieties, which may have become more pronounced during the Covid-19 Pandemic.


The presentation was followed by a Q&A session during which the participants had the opportunity to ask some very practical and insightful questions

This was a free public event. 

The entire webinar is now available to view on MyMind's YouTube channel at MyMind Covid 19 Health and Wellbeing Support Webinar Spring #1 Jan 28 Meditation and Mindfulness.

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