A college in Glasgow is hosting a free meditation session for students to help with stress and anxiety.
It’s usually practiced 20 minutes twice a day and allows the active mind to settle down into a calm state.
This is one of the most practiced and researched mediation techniques out there.
It can successfully reduce stress and anxiety, as well as improve brain function.
Glasgow Clyde College is holding a free session for students, on Wednesday February 6th from 3pm in seminar rooms 1&2 of the Business Centre at the Cardonald campus.
The class will be held by a certified teacher of Transcendental Meditation, Angela Landers, who will explain how stress and anxiety can harm a student’s concentration and learning ability.
She will also give an introduction to the practice, explaining how Transcendental Meditation can relieve stress, how it works, and what happens to the body during the meditation.
After the session there will be an opportunity to speak to the teacher and find out more about Transcendental Meditation.
For further information regarding the class, students can email the student association at GCCSA@glasgowclyde.ac.uk