Koru Mindfulness is a four-week introduction to mindfulness and meditation. These workshops are taught as a weekly 75-minute class open to all Homewood graduate and undergraduate students. This round will be led by three trained JHU Koru instructors: Cara McNamara, MPH (academic adviser in Public Health); RaiNesha Miller, PhD (Counseling Center staff psychologist); and William Nation, PhD (Counseling Center staff psychologist). Participants must be able to attend all four meeting dates: Sept. 27 and Oct. 4, 11, and 18.
Koru Mindfulness is an evidence-based program specifically designed for teaching mindfulness and meditation as a way to manage stress and reduce anxiety. You will learn specific skills that help calm and focus your mind, including breathing exercises, guided imagery, body scan, and more.