Mindfulness Meditation for the Family

Mindfulness Meditation for the Family
Led by Reiki Master Teacher, Victoria Squazzo
Wednesday, June 10 at 5:00 PM
Click here to register

Our lives, schedules, and perspectives continue to shift dramatically during this time in our history.  This can often lead to a feeling that life is living us and not the other way around!  We are susceptible to shifting emotions and the pressure of added stressors that make maintaining a sense of peace and balance challenges.

One of the best ways to reconnect to a source of positive energy is through Mindfulness.

Mindfulness/Meditation is an important tool to have in our self-care tool belt and one that we can access at any moment and for any length of time.  Meditation can provide relaxation and clarity… allowing us to connect to ourselves from the inside-out.

The Connection, in conjunction with The Junior League of Summit, will be presenting a Mindfulness/Meditation workshop for the family, led by Reiki Master/Teacher Victoria Squazzo. The class will spotlight the role of mindfulness as a family activity that builds a healthy practice that leads to peaceful, connected experiences to share.

Victoria Squazzo, RMT, HPA, is a Reiki Master/Teacher (for people and pets) and Holistic Practitioner of Ayurveda who runs a vibrant and joyful wellness practice that encompasses the length and breadth of Natural Health.  Along with Reiki, Meditation, and Ayurveda, Victoria regularly teaches both private and group Yoga, Pilates, Group Fitness and Zumba classes.  She firmly believes in the power of energy work, mindfulness and movement to promote and support emotional, spiritual and physical life balance.  Dimensional health is her passion, and she treasures passing on self-knowledge, healing, and empowerment to those she serves.

Contact Information
  1. The Connection
  2. 908-273-4242
  3. info@theconnectiononline.org
Wed, June 10
5:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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Mindfulness Meditation for the Family
Led by Reiki Master Teacher, Victoria Squazzo
Wednesday, June 10 at 5:00 PM
Click here to register

Our lives, schedules, and perspectives continue to shift dramatically during this time in our history. This can often lead to a feeling that life is living us and not the other way around! We are susceptible to shifting emotions and the pressure of added ...

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