Register for Upcoming Mindfulness Courses
Do you want to learn to slow down and enjoy your life this year? Are you looking for a new way to deal with stress, anxiety, pain, difficult interactions with others over the course of the year? Mindfulness can make a difference. Enter the New Year with new skills for dealing with life stresses!
The UNC Mindfulness-based Program for Stress and Pain Management offers training in meditation and mind-body awareness that will teach you how to slow down, set priorities and stay calm, focused and relaxed in the midst of a busy life. These practices will enhance your body's natural adaptive healing ability and will cultivate the mind's clarity and insight. This program follows Jon Kabat-Zinn's model and is offered by the Program on Integrative Medicine at UNC (Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation). For information about classes, tuition, and tuition reductions for research participation, visit the Program on Integrative Medicine website at http://www.med.unc.edu/phyrehab/pim/mindfulness-program. To register for these mindfulness courses, download and complete the registration form on the Program on Integrative Medicine website. Contact the Program by phone at (919) 966-8586 or by e-mail at email@example.com. Classes begin Jan. 11.
Lecture: "Autoimmunity in Neurodegenerative Diseases and Rehabilitation"
The Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation will host a lecture by Gilbert Siu, DO, PhD of Temple University Hospital / MossRehab, Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Siu will speak on "Autoimmunity in Neurodegenerative Diseases and Rehabilitation" at noon on Monday, Jan. 10, in G100 Bondurant Hall. Click here to see the original announcement.