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Empowering Hearts: Join the Mindfulness Movement for Women’s Heart Health!

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Empowering Hearts: Join the Mindfulness Movement for Women’s Heart Health!

Meditation isn’t just beneficial for the mind; it’s also good for the heart!

Research suggests meditation can positively impact cardiovascular health, making it a valuable component of cardiovascular risk reduction.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for women in Canada and worldwide, yet it is largely preventable—80% of individual risk factors are modifiable!

At the Heart Institute, scientists are driving change with a focus on diversity and precision medicine in their research. You, too, can contribute to heart disease prevention, treatment, and outcomes for women by supporting the this year’s University of Ottawa Heart Institute JUMP IN ™campaign.

Join me and many others in a 30-day physical and mental fitness challenge that will get you moving your body daily, right in your own space and at your own pace!

Participating supports a great cause and allows you to kick-start a fitness habit or try out new classes if you already have one. Moreover, this year, you can explore the world of mindfulness meditation.

Join me for a one-hour mindfulness “taster” session to discover mindfulness and why countless people incorporate this simple yet effective practice to quiet the mind, enhance attention, manage stress, and build resilience. Mindfulness is to the mind what physical exercise is to the body—a way to stay fit, flexible, and focused.

During the session, I will guide you through various meditation practices and receive conceptual teaching, particularly on stress and resilience.
We will explore the difference between acute and chronic stress, adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies, and how mindfulness can reduce adverse outcomes linked to stress reactivity. We’ll learn ways to respond more positively and how mindfulness empowers us to pause and respond thoughtfully rather than react with our automatic habitual patterns.

Join me and support women’s heart health across Canada! Together, we can make a difference.

Now is the time to JUMP IN™!

Please cut & paste this link to register: https://buff.ly/2VZnRqk



Jennifer Innes