New year, new you? We’ve heard that one before, too. The first few weeks of any new year tend to be filled with hope, optimism and a sense of confidence that comes when we convince ourselves a new calendar somehow equates to a better version of ourselves.
But if you’re like the vast majority of Americans, your annual commitment to save more, eat better, shed a bad habit or drop weight doesn’t just seem like a never-ending cycle ala Groundhog Day, it’s often forgotten by then too.
That’s where Park City Hospital’s LiVe Well Center can help. On January 27th LiVe Well Center is hosting a half-day mindfulness retreat focused on how to set goals for 2018 and achieve them by living mindfully. The workshop will include seated, walking and movement meditations designed to help participants change the habit loop with self-awareness and self-transformation. Participants are encouraged to dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat.
“Self-improvement is rarely achievable by sheer determination alone,” added Anne. “Effort and willpower have a role, but it’s relatively small. Setting your resolutions with intention and living mindfully to achieve them is a far greater predictor for success. And LiVe Well Center can help you with that.”
The mindfulness workshop is $35 per person and is limited to 25 participants. Register online at: ParkCityHospital.org/events or via email: email@example.com.
Saturday, January 27th, 9am-12pm
Park City Hospital, Blair Education Center