In this unprecedented time, anxiety and stress can run high. Routines have shifted, normal schedules aren't the norm, and figuring out how to connect with family and friends looks drastically different than it did a month ago. Mindfulness and meditation can be of assistance in these challenging times. To that end, we have recorded a brief introductory video along with a recorded guided meditation for any of our friends that might find meditation helpful at this time.
Tips and Techniques
Content courtesy of Elizabeth GuilbeaultElizabeth Guilbeault has a BA in Spanish from Franklin and Marshall College, an MBA in Finance from Long Island University, and an MA in Human Services from Roosevelt University. She is certified in Hatha Yoga through The Temple of Kriya Yoga where she studied yoga and meditation along with practicing and learning meditation at Invision, both in Chicago, IL. She has also completed programs with YogaKids. Her background includes corporate experience in Human Resources primarily working in Training and Organizational Development. She gets to focus her attention on teaching meditation, intuitive classes, coaching, energy work and yoga in addition to working as a Realtor in the area. She has five children currently in the North Andover school system and does her best every day to practice the techniques she shares. To contact her directly, you can email her at Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org or find her FB group page: Energy Work with Elizabeth, where she shares classes she is teaching and offers more meditation tips!