Guided Meditation for Spring
Stress is a part of everyone’s life. It helps us adjust to new situations and cope with challenges. Prolonged stress, however, can take a toll on mental and physical health. In the workplace, mindfulness may improve employee well-being and job satisfaction while reducing stress and burnout – issues that can lead to absenteeism and loss of productivity.
Practice stress reduction with this mindfulness exercise
Dr. Neda Gould, PhD, director of the Johns Hopkins Mindfulness Program, leads this stress reduction exercise.