Stress management with breathing techniques
Dr. Ruth Adam is a Neuroscientist working as a postdoc in the Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research (ISD) in Munich, and is also a certified yoga teacher.
Following the Contemplative Practices lecture on June 7, 2017, by which scientific evidence supporting relaxation methods was introduced, we will offer a practical course in relaxation and breathing techniques.
Ruth describes her goals of this course as follows:
From my own experience as a graduate student and from talking to students, stress is obviously a major distress. I am offering a workshop in which the you can learn quick and effective relaxation techniques which can be used ‘on the fly’, before giving a presentation or even before the defense talk.
For me, it is important to teach you methods that are fast and can be used in every situation. I will introduce several relaxation and breathing techniques. You will then have the chance to practice those methods in various scenarios and ask questions. Written summary will be provided.
2 Sessions: September 11 and September 18
each from 18:00-20:00 in the LMU Biocenter in the small auditorium G00.001.
The sessions build on each other, so it is in your interest to attend both sessions.
Space is limited, so please register ahead of time firstname.lastname@example.org