Have you been feeling energized, filled with meaning, and that you matter to others? Or have you been feeling drained, despondent, or worthless? Regardless of where you fall on this spectrum, all of us need to recharge. Slowing down can help us to speed up and improve performance at work and at home. As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, please join us for a live recording session that will include a brief meditation, music from local artists, and practical tips to cultivate more meaning in life. Artists for this session include Garon Brett, Kimberly Knighton, and Cayson Renshaw.
The Ampelis Foundation, in collaboration with Silicon Slopes and the Cook Center for Human Connection, is thrilled to offer this as a free resource to this most remarkable community. Join us each Monday in May - more information on future sessions below:
- May 17th
- May 24th
- May 31st