‘Mind-Body Month’ Offers Self-Care, Stress Relief Tips
February 18, 2009 — With economic issues constantly in the news, MIT’s “Mind-Body Month,” which is being held now through March, aims to enhance the community members’ well-being, health and relaxation.
Some of the scheduled events include meditation classes, sleep and mindful-eating workshops, chair massages, yoga and more. Most are free of charge, but some (including the chair massage) do require a fee. Workshops can be scheduled for your area, at lunchtime or otherwise.
For more information on Mind-Body Month, visit http://medweb.mit.edu/about/news/article/mind-body-090126.html, or contact Susanna Barry at 617-253-1316 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is co-sponsored by MIT Medical, the Department of Physical Education, Athletics and Recreation (DAPER), the Board of Chaplains, Student Life Programs, the Student Activities Office and lgbt@MIT.