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Mental Health Matinée: Feeling good in the right now (Arts Wellbeing Collective) [Online]




Mental Health Matinée: Feeling good in the right now (Arts Wellbeing Collective) [Online]
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Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Thursday November 26, 2020 - 2:00 PM

Tickets:

Free but please register

Interpreter:

Susan Emerson & Amber Richardson

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Website:

https://www.artswellbeingcollective.com.au/events/mental-health-matinee-feeling-good-in-the-right-now/



About the Show

Mental Health Matinées, Season 2

Mental Health Matinées, a series of online presentations promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the performing arts.

This is a tough time for so many people in our industry, and at times like these, we need more self-care not less. However, this is often easier said than done! These sessions give practical tools and techniques to help you navigate through COVID-19 and beyond.

Every session is free to attend. Simply register online to receive the Zoom link.

Please feel free to share this invitation with your networks.

We look forward to seeing you there.


This practical session focuses on how to use meditation to create space and energy in your everyday life.

Deone will share how meditation works, the importance of breath and how we use it, as well as several practical exercises including a mindfulness technique, guided meditation, and Moment Awareness Technique.

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Presented by Deone Zanotto, Performance Based Meditation.

Deone has performed all over the world, and while working on Broadway, Deone was not sleeping well and highly stressed, and knew she needed something in her life to get through the daily grind. She found meditation, and suddenly life looked completely different. After studying meditation in New York and Los Angeles, Deone now teaches meditation and has had a daily practice for nearly 15 years.

This webinar is free to attend.