Research shows that mindfulness, the practice of accepting what is without judgment can lower psychological stress. Caregivers who share their lives while valuing themselves can reduce their stress levels and become open to the possibility of joyful moments with their loved one(s). In this session, we will explore how being mindful will help caregivers provide compassionate self-care, let go and make heartfelt connections.
Date February 1, 2018
Hosted By Wellmed Charitable Foundation
Cynthia Hazel, M.A.
In presentations, Cynthia shows you how to turn mistakes into blessings, improve personal and business relationships, love yourself fully, and live mindfully with gratitude. She inspires you to live in peace, generously with joy. Cynthia combines personal qigong techniques with quantum energy to facilitate a complete healing experience. She helps clients validate emotions and make healthy changes. Cynthia enjoys helping persons dealing with trauma, chronic pain and stress to regain wellness. Cynthia is actively involved in the community, serving on Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) committees, and UT Health‐San Antonio Community Advisory Board. It is her way of giving back.
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