In this session, Kelly Corbet will be teaching us tips for mindfulness.
On almost a daily basis, scientific studies confirm the power of mindfulness and meditation to improve brain power, self-confidence, memory, inner-peace, outer performance, and even happiness. Still, some people feel intimidated:
- Where do I start?
- How do I know if I’m doing it right?
- I don’t have time.
- I can’t meditate! My brain won’t turn off!!!
Kelly’s joy-related mindfulness tips are a FABULOUS way to incorporate mindfulness into your life. The joy hacks are simple, they take very little time, and the pay-offs are so big, you’ll want to keep practicing even after the holidays! (Kelly’s students have reported improvements in all sorts of arenas, from weight loss to relationships)
You will leave feeling empowered and uplifted knowing:
- YOU are the president of your happiness
- Finding more joy isn’t hard, it’s just differentthan your standard operating procedures!
- Mindfully watching your thoughts is key to remembering—or choosing—joy.
- You will be shocked that such a small “investment” like meditating a few minutes daily can rock your whole world (your grey matter actually grows!)
Chief Mindfulness Officer
An unconventional thinker in the field of mindfulness, Kelly Corbet is an author, mother, meditation mentor, and loud laugher. She offers Mindfulness classes to grandparents and grade school teachers, lawyers and life coaches, prisoners and people who just need to free their own thoughts (and by sharing with others, she has the good fortune of reminding herself!) She wants everyone to bask in the glorious calmness and joy that found her when she learned to meditate.
Kelly received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and her Master in Public Policy from Harvard University. What she knows from all that excellent education is that the most valuable, life-improving information comes from within. She believes Love is the most real thing about us, and through her workshops, talks, and books, she hopes to help others remember—and delight in—that!