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Senior Concerns Presents Free Seminar on ‘Relieve Stress and Promote Wellness Through Meditation’
September 27, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
As part of an ongoing commitment to provide resources and support for family caregivers of those caring for aging loved ones, Senior Concerns will present a community seminar on how to “Relieve Stress and Promote Wellness Through Meditation,” on Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 5:30-7 p.m. at Senior Concerns, 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks.
This informative seminar, led by Vinay Chhabra, will focus on recognizing caregiver burn-out., relaxation techniques that work anytime and anywhere, and how to balance caregiving with your own well-being. Seminar attendees will learn how to stop harmful anxiety attacks, discover the whole body benefits of meditation, and learn how to maintain calm in the midst of a caregiving crisis.
Vinay Chhabra is owner of Pacific Senior Care. Vinay developed an interest in meditation, yoga and other relaxation techniques years ago and has made these practices an integral part of his everyday life. More than 20 years ago, he began studying meditation and now helps others utilize Universal Meditation Techniques to eliminate stress.
Seating is limited. To make a reservation, please contact Senior Concerns at 805-497-0189. Light refreshments will be served. A donation of $10 is requested to cover the cost of program materials.
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About Senior Concerns
Senior Concerns is a Thousand Oaks-based private, non-profit organization dedicated to serving seniors young and old, caregivers and families by offering a wide-range of services, programs and resources, including a professionally managed Adult Day Program, Meals on Wheels, Caregiver Support Center, free legal, financial, advocacy and care management services, support groups and community education and training. Senior Concerns also operates the Bargain Boutique & Thrift Shop and hosts two major fundraisers—the Love Run and the Ultimate Dining Experience—and receives invaluable community support from more than 800 volunteer