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The Consciousness Club, Cornell presents a summer Art of Living YES+ workshop! The Art of Living YES!+ provides participants tools to achieve their ideal life. It empowers them 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.

Program Overview:

The intense 28 hour program (spanning 6 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.  

Dates: June 27 - July 1
Time: Weekdays 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Weekend 11 am - 5pm
Venue: Foundation of light, Ithaca NY
Course Fee and registration:


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Vatsav Raman at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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