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Mindful Thanks-Giving

November 21 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Helen Keller said, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” In challenging times, mindful gratitude practices can teach us how to be intentional with our thoughts, shift our perspective, and cultivate an inner core of resilience and well-being despite outer turbulence. This 30-minute virtual offering will introduce a variety of brain-healthy practices including mindful movement, gratitude meditation, and gratitude journaling.

This is a casual, family-friendly class (kids are welcome!). Optional donations will go directly to support our partner, Thanks-Giving Square.

Saturday, November 21 • 10:00-10:30am CST

Dr. Adrianne Bagley. A former pediatrician, Dr. Adrianne Bagley’s medical career focused on providing healthcare to the underserved through city services, a tertiary care center, and a community health center. In 2010, Adrianne gave up her medical practice and shifted her focus on serving others promoting healthy bodies and minds through wellness practice and fitness. Dr. Bagley completed the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program at Duke Integrative Medicine, one our nation’s premier educational centers for integrative health and healing. Adrianne is committed to empowering others to create a personal wellness program that enables ownership of their health and wellness.

Dorsey Standish is the Chief Mindfulness Officer of Mastermind, a Dallas-based gym for your brain. Dorsey is a mechanical engineer, neuroscientist, and wellness expert who brings evidence-based mindfulness meditation to clients nationwide. Dorsey has shared science-based mindfulness solutions with hundreds of companies, including Staples, Deloitte, United Way, Peloton, and Pier 1. Dorsey’s teachings draw on her training as a teacher of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction through Brown University and her deep experience on regular seven-day silent meditation retreats studying with master teachers.


November 21
10:00 am - 10:30 am