Koru mindfulness for young adults age 18-29
Koru Mindfulness is an evidence-based program specifically designed for polytechnic and university students to reduce stress, improve concentration, sleep better and increase self-compassion. The students will learn specific skills that help calm and focus their minds, including mindful breathing, guided imagery, body scan, gratitude practice and more!
Koru 科鲁正念 courses are being conducted in more than 200 colleges and universities worldwide and have benefited tens of thousands of young adults.
KORU BASIC: A weekly, 75-minute class over four weeks. Taught in a small group. Each week, participants will be briefed on the mindfulness concept, guided through 2 new mindfulness practices in sitting, lying down, walking and standing posture, perform self-inquiry, and share their practice’s experience in pairs or group dialogue.
Participants will engage in 10 min daily practise, supported by a Koru App given. The teacher provides guidance in-between lessons via the Koru App.
KORU 2.0: An “advanced” class for students who have completed Koru Basic and are eager for more mindfulness. This course also consists of a weekly, 75-minute class taught over four weeks. New techniques taught in this course include Loving-Kindness practice and seated mindful movement.
KORU RETREAT: A half-day silent, mindfulness retreat for students wanting to try a more intense mindfulness experience.
Benefits of Koru Mindfulness
Students who practised Koru Mindfulness said that they feel:
- Less stressed
- More mindful
- More rested and have better sleep
- Less self-judgement
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