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Start your Academic Year off right by learning effective mental, emotional, social, and physical stress management tools that can be easily implemented into your lifestyle. Check out this video for some quick information. 

 The 'Art of Living' YES+ Workshop (Yoga, Empowerment and Service):

 Dates: August 9 - 13

Time: Weekdays 6 pm - 10pm, Weekend 11 am - 5pm

Place: Upson Lounge First Floor, Cornell University (124 Hoy Rd.)

Info Sessions: Every Saturday, 5:30 - 6:30 pm, July 14 thru August 4, Ahimsa Yoga Studio  Dewitt Mall 215 N Cayuga St (enter studio from back parking lot)  

Register at: http://secure.artofliving.org/course_details.aspx?course_id=12535  

 

Program Overview:

The 'Art of Living' chapters of Cornell University and Ithaca College present the next YES+ workshop.

YES!+ provides young adults with tools to achieve their ideal life. This program empowers young people with tools to eliminate stress, rid the system of negative emotions, develop strong social and leadership skills, heighten awareness and increase mental focus. It challenges young people to reach their highest potential and has already made a difference to thousands across the world.

The intense 24 hour program (spanning 5 consecutive days) includes practical sessions on entrepreneurial skills, maximizing individual potential and physical, mental and emotional health.

 

Main Aspects of the Program:

1) Physical – Challenging body exercises, yoga and innovative breathing techniques.

2) Mental – Practical knowledge and interactive processes to improve memory, concentration & focus. 

3) Social - Experiential processes to develop problem solving strategies and social skills; Interactive processes to develop leadership and life skills; Teamwork exercises to teach cooperation and conflict resolution. 

4) Emotional – Group discussions designed to help one feel at ease in challenging situations, and increase confidence and inner strength to better handle criticism and peer pressure.

 

If you have any questions (including scholarship requests), please feel free to contact Vatsav Pattabiraman at sp425@cornell.edu. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Vatsav as soon as possible. 

More info at www.us.yesplus.org

 

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