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Three decades of research show the mindfulness-based stress reduction program is effective in helping people cope with job- or family-related stress, medical problems, anxiety and depression. Join this eight-week program to get tools for using formal mindfulness techniques like meditation, yoga and body scan to respond to stress.
Orientation is Tuesday, Sept. 6, and classes will be held Sept. 13-Nov. 1, with a retreat date to be decided in the future. The cost for the course is $40 for faculty, staff and retirees, which can cover you and your spouse or partner with a $20 rebate if you attend seven of eight classes. Register online at regonline.com/mbsrfall2016MST.
Earn 100 points toward the 2017 Wellness Incentive, which will pay you up to $450 for taking steps to live a healthier life. The event is sponsored by myTotal Rewards T.E. Atkins Wellness Program.