Have you ever wished you could have a more meaningful connection with art at UMMA? In this virtual experience, we will explore a more contemplative approach to looking at art with a variety of guided mindfulness practices. As we rest our attention on our breath, the body and heart relax while the mind quiets. We can experience what’s before with more spaciousness and also learn to trust our own experience. Led by meditation teacher and UMMA docent Laura Seligman. Beginner and experienced meditators welcome.
The May sessions of Mindfulness at the Museum are presented by UMMA, in partnership with MHealth and University Human Resources, in honor of Mental Health Month. This year, it's more important than ever to find ways to nurture and sustain meaningful connections. If you could benefit from talking to someone, support is available year-round for all faculty and staff. Looking for support for students? Check out the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offices for students: CAPS Ann Arbor, CAPS Dearborn, CAPS Flint.