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This is a group for anyone interested in meditation and mindfulness practices, specifically designed for while not limited to people with ADD/ADHD Attention Deficient (Hyperactivity) Disorder. As ADD/ADHD interferes with the development of a person’s self-control, tools and techniques that improve self-regulation can be of great help. Meditation is a type of mental training to helping you focus attention, balance your emotions, improve your relationships, and enhance your life.

Meditation does not always have to be in a form of sitting cross-legged with your eyes closed forever. With this group, you will experience physical and mindfulness exercises such as deep stretching, breathing, relaxation and active meditation. We will also be sharing ADD/ADHD related information, resources and experiences. Please dress comfortably to allow you to move freely for moderate physical activities.

About the organizers: Body & Brain Yoga Clark Center ( http://www.bodynbrain.com/clark ) is a holistic health center offering group and individual classes in Dahn Yoga, Tai-Chi, meditation, and more. Bamboo Insights LLC ( http://bambooinsights.com ) offers ADD/ADHD education and life coaching.

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Chair Yoga & Meditation for Office Workers and Anyone

Online event

Chair Yoga invites you to find mobility in a way that is soft and gentle but also really supportive and beneficial. In this 45 minute online live class, you will bring your awareness and integrity into the body, activate the muscles that help you find length up through the spine for better posture, energy flow and deep relaxation.

I was was an office worker and now a yoga taichi instructor. Having had experience sitting for long hours in front of computer, I am looking forward to sharing simple yoga and meditation exercises that can help you to reset and recharge your day.

Register in advance for this meeting:
(Please note that availability of the class is subject to change)

About this instructor: Julia Chung PhD, PCC, is a professional certified coach with International Coach Federation (ICF), Sedona Health Coaching and ADD Coach Academy. Currently she’s the center manager and head instructor of Body & Brain Center at Mt Prospect, IL. She worked as a statistician in corporate America for over 10 years, prior to devoting her life to coaching and holistic healing. Julia is passionate in sharing mindfulness with people in corporations who feel the need to reconnect with themselves to create a more purposeful work and personal life.

About Body & Brain: http://linktr.ee/mtprospect

Wooden Pillow Self Healing Class (in-person at Mt Prospect)

Mt Prospect - Body & Brain Yoga·Tai Chi


Wooden Pillow is a self-massage tool to help you get fast relief from pain and tension along your spine, especially in your neck and shoulders. The neck, shoulders, and the back of the head are the first areas to tense up when you’re under stress. By using the Wooden Pillow in that area, you can effectively target your body’s energy points and meridians (energy channels) to relieve any stress, pain, and tension that you hold there.
Location: Body & Brain Center at Mt Prospect (1 W Rand Rd #C, Mt Prospect)

Class capacity is limited according to CDC guidelines, please RSVP in advance. Call[masked] or email [masked] for inquires or questions.

Meridian Stretching (In-Person at Mt Prospect IL)

Mt Prospect - Body & Brain Yoga·Tai Chi


Join us for an onsite Meridian Stretching Class.

Our classes combine elements from a variety of Eastern practices to enhance your physical, mental and energetic health. Body & Brain practice helps you develop mindful breathing and relaxed concentration so that you can maximize the benefits from your physical exercise.

Due to the current covid-19 condition, we practice CDC guidelines and social distancing. Please wear mask and bring a yoga mat for personal use.

Taichi Qigong Class with Master Julia

Mt Prospect - Body & Brain Yoga·Tai Chi


Join us for a Taichi class onsite in-studio at Mt Prospect Body & Brain (1 W Rand Rd #C, Mt Prospect). Call[masked] for any questions.

Tai Chi exercises emphasize energy circulation, breathing and balance, along with mindfulness and concentration. You can practice these exercises while standing, seated or even while lying down. Over time, by practicing Tai Chi you can develop a heightened awareness of your own energy. Many people report feeling physically stronger and lighter, with emotions more calm and mind more clear.

Benefits of Tai Chi

What is Tai Chi good for? Tai Chi practice is recommended for overall wellness. It can help with balance, alignment, and stress reduction. Tai Chi exercises can also serve as a form of meditation. Tai Chi energy-balancing exercises are great for people of all ages, and can be adapted for your own condition. You may experience:

Less stress

Improved mood

Increased energy and stamina

Reduced chronic pain

Improved sleep

Improved flexibility, balance and agility

Improved muscle strength and definition

Due to the current covid-19 condition, we practice CDC guidelines and social distancing. Please wear mask and bring a yoga mat for personal use.

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