All Kinds of News for December 09, 2020
On Wednesday, December 30, 2020, Josh and Maureen White, founders of Red Mountain Programs, will host a Live episode of the Mindful Moments video series. This series was created in the Spring of 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing political and social unrest nationwide.
To date, the husband and wife mindfulness and meditation experts have recorded 35 episodes which air weekly on the Red Mountain Sedona YouTube channel. The videos are designed to provide new perspectives on challenging aspects of the human condition and help those interested in meditation to cultivate a sustainable home practice.
In the Live episode later this month, Josh and Maureen will deliver a message that will gently guide viewers into the New Year while mindfully acknowledging the incredible impact of 2020. Josh and Maureen both stress the importance of intentional transitions as directors of mindfulness-based mental health programs for adolescents and young adults. This Live event will present some of these ideals and will allow viewers the chance to ask questions about meditation.
Josh and Maureen are both sanctioned meditation teachers in the Zen and Tibetan traditions respectively and are excited to share their wisdom and experience with others. The event is open to the public and requires advance registration.
Click here to register for the Zoom Event or contact Deara Ball at email@example.com for more information.
About Red Mountain Sedona
Red Mountain Sedona is a mindfulness-based, trauma-informed young adult "Launch" program, located in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Red Mountain specializes in helping young adults between the ages of 18-28, address the social, emotional, and behavioral issues holding them back from successfully transitioning into adulthood. Through a truly holistic program that provides structure, individual, group, and family therapy, life skills training, recovery support and mindfulness-meditation, yoga, and martial arts instruction, Red Mountain Sedona helps students gain the stability and maturity needed to move forward in life. For more information on Red Mountain Sedona call (855) 998-5272.