MIND, BRAIN & MEDITATION: Insights from the Nervous System — A Four-Part On-demand Online Workshop

FIRST SESSION STARTS OCTOBER 1!

Teacher: Cornelia Santschi, PhD

Dates/Time: Starting at 1pm each Thursday on October 1, 8, 15, 22. On-demand video access (YouTube) throughout each week 24/7 for each session. Access to last session will end on October 29.

Platform: NCMC YouTube Channel

FEE SCALE

Individual fee: $40 for four classes

Group rate: $100 for four classes

Purchase series: $150

Level No background skills or knowledge necessary.

TEACHER  Cornelia Santschi, PhD

Dates/Time: Starting at 1pm each Thursday on October 1, 8, 15, 22.
On-demand video access on YouTube throughout each week 24/7 for each session. Access to last session will end on October 29.
Platform: NCMC YouTube Channel

FEE SCALE

Individual fee: $40 for four classes
Group rate: $100 for four classes
Purchase series: $150

Level No background skills or knowledge necessary.

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In this series of sessions, neuropsychologist and meditation teacher Cornelia will guide you in an exploration of the brain, mind, and nervous system to show you the potential that mindfulness and meditation can bring to reduce stress and heighten our empathic nature. Includes talks, guided meditations, practice exercises, and opportunity for questions to be answered.

Session Topics

Session 1: FOUNDATIONS – Using the Mind to Change the Brain | Oct. 1, avail. for 7 days.
Session 2: FIGHT, FLIGHT, FREEZE – Polyvagal Theory and Self-Regulation | Oct. 8, avail. for 7 days.
Session 3: AWARENESS IN THE BRAIN – The Neural Circuits of Mindfulness | Oct. 15, avail. for 7 days.
Session 4: UPPER REACHES OF HUMAN POTENTIAL – Compassion, Kindness, and Empathy | Oct. 22, avail. for 7 days.

(More details for each session to come.)

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Teacher Bio-note
Cornelia Santschi, PhD is a graduate of the Community Dharma Leader Program through Spirit Rock and Insight Meditation Society and is now an insight meditation teacher. She has been a vipassana (insight) meditator and dedicated student of Buddhist psychology for over 15 years. She is the director of Neuropsychology at the Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery in NJ, and founder/director of Anatta World Health & Education Outreach, a grassroots non-profit that creates and supports medical and educational programs in developing countries. Cornelia, co-founder of NCMC, also serves as the Lead Insight Meditation Teacher and MBSR Coordinator with them.


A fee-based program of Newark Center for Meditative Culture.